Microplastics are already present in every corner of the planet. In fact, on more than one occasion various studies have recorded them in remote areas,… Read More »Microplastics in the clouds: A new environmental threat
In a recent study, scientists detected microplastics within human heart tissues for the first time, raising questions about the potential health consequences of such exposure.… Read More »Thousands of microplastics discovered in human heart tissue
Recently, tiny lentil-sized pellets began to accumulate on Mumbai beaches, causing widespread concern among environmentalists and civil society. The pellets were first discovered on July… Read More »Know about nurdles, tiny plastic pellets strewn across Mumbai beaches
Researchers at Oregon State University have discovered that gray whales feeding off the Oregon coast consume a staggering 21 million microplastic particles per day. By… Read More »Gray whales ingest over 20 million microplastic particles every day: study
Tiny particles called microplastics can enter our bodies without us realizing it. We encounter them every day during our morning routine of washing our faces,… Read More »Indoor microplastic concentration 28 times higher than outdoor: study
Microplastics contamination in Bhopal | Research confirms that a significant amount of microplastics will be produced due to subpar recycling and waste management practices. According… Read More »Microplastics contamination in Bhopal’s soil: research
Most rivers and lakes or from a canal to the Ocean have colorful plastic debris floating along the surface. Less than 5 mm in size… Read More »Researchers separate microplastics from wastewater using sound waves
The plastic revolution that began in the 20th century has now turned into a nightmare for the environment and its inhabitants. Plastic pollution in the… Read More »How to tackle the threat of plastic pollution in Indian oceans?
Plastic is everywhere. Quite literally. With recent research, (micro)plastic is even in what we drink and eat. Even, in the placenta. FYI, the placenta is… Read More »Microplastics in breast milk and placenta, & can lead to cancer!
Microplastics, tiny pieces of plastic less than five millimeters long, are becoming a ubiquitous pollutants. In addition, they can make other contaminants more harmful. Microplastics… Read More »Microplastics can make other pollutants more harmful