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Space Garbage by NASA Orbital Debris Program: After decades of space exploration, there are now more than 500,000 pieces of artificial debris greater than half an inch in size. #Garbage #Space_Garbage #NASA

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Sea No Plastic on

All rivers lead to the Ocean. Just because you are far from the Ocean,does not mean you are not having an impact on the Ocean! RRR!

Bill McKibben wrote the first public-aimed book on climate change, went on to write 12 books in total, founded 350 which organized 15,000 climate actions since 2009, and was called "probably the world's leading environmentalist" by the Boston Globe in '10. AKA, he's a true boss and inspiration - check out 350-dot-org to get involved and find the answer to...what the heck does 350 mean?! PC: Nancie Battaglia.


Short Answers to Hard Questions About Climate Change

2015-11-28 - Short Answers to Hard Questions About Climate Change By Justin Gillis - The New York Times

from College Fashion

Special Earth Day Feature: The Truth About Bottled Water

Every square mile of ocean contains 46,000 pieces of floating plastic. A plastic bottle can take hundreds of years to break down – and even then, its particles don’t just disappear. Over time, plastic breaks down into smaller pieces that can contaminate our soil, animals, and waterways. Animals often mistake these plastic pieces for food. Once the plastic gets into their systems, these pieces can poison the animal and often lead to its death.26 billion water bottles are thrown away each…

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Peter Gleick on

Haven't vetted this but it seems in keeping with what I've heard before... For every liter of plastic bottled #water, ¼ liter of fossil fuels are used. #nottheanswer

Calling Out Conflict Palm Oil Laggards One By One (this is an old article, 2014-5-13, so some of them may have changed their policies.... Ask!)


Monarch Butterfly Migration Rebounds, Easing Some Fears

2016-2-27 - And some good news! Monarch Butterfly Migration Rebounds, Easing Some Fears - The New York Times

Tell your Senators: Defend the #climate. NO DEAL on lifting the crude export ban: via @priceofoil