Land and sea, no matter where we are, are connected. Any trash that is disposed of improperly can potentially enter the ocean or other waterways, and anyone who disposes of trash improperly can be a source of marine debris! Yes, even you! Marine debris is one of the greatest threats our ocean faces (check our […]Read More SIMPLE ADVISES FOR REDUCING OUR LITTERING FOOTPRINT
Microplastics (<5 mm in their longer dimension) have become ubiquitous within our aquatic environments and are understood to be the most abundant type of plastic in the ocean. Microplastics have been found almost everywhere scientists have sampled; from near-shore environments to the open ocean, within sediments of estuaries and deep sea waters and in freshwater […]Read More PLASTIC MICROBEADS: MAKE A RESPONSIBLE CHOICE WHEN IT COMES TO YOUR BEAUTY ROUTINE.
Covering nearly three-quarters of the Earth, the ocean is an extraordinary resource. We depend on our ocean for the food we eat, the water we drink and the air we breathe. The ocean sustains nearly half of the global primary production and it is home for a multitude of marine organisms. It supports fishing industries and […]Read More PLASTIC POLLUTION: A WAVE OF PLASTICS
In collaboration with Nicolo’ Ongaro, Artemis Eyes just published a new video on its channel, called Plastic Wave. Plastic Wave wants to tell you about plastic pollution in our oceans, by interviewing renowned scientists researching on this issue, by summarizing some of the knowledge achieved by scientists to date and by taking you for a […]Read More PLASTIC WAVE