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- A HISTORY OF THE INTERNATIONAL RESPONSE TO PLASTIC POLLUTION – PlasticPEG
- Sea scallops suck up billions of plastic particles – National Geographic
- The impact of microplastics on the environment unclear, study suggests – EurekAlert!
- Microplastics are being overlooked in river ecosystems, 50 percent of freshwater insects contaminated – Phys.org
- A lot to digest: are nanoplastics bad for human health? – The Irish Times
- 13 Bioplastic Innovations That Might Save the Environment – Interesting Engineering
- Wipe out wipes: The needless destruction of our oceans by the beauty industry – Irish Examiner
- Dirty laundry: Are your clothes polluting the ocean? – BBC News (Science and Environment
- The down-low on microplastics – ZME Science
- Fig Leaves Are Out. What to Wear to Be Kind to the Planet? – New York Times
- EARTH’S MICROPLASTICS PROBLEM – The Earth Story
- Microplastics demystified: a review examining how these tiny plastics act in pollutant transfer – Oceanbites
- Freshwater’s Macro Microplastic Problem – NOVA Next
- Microplastics: What are they and what can we do about them? – International Institute for Sustainable Development
- Fibers from synthetic clothing disastrous for mankind and the oceans – Plastic Soup Foundation
- Government drops opposition to Bill banning microplastics – Irish Times
- Ireland can’t wait for EU ban on microbeads and is pressing on with its own – The Journal
- How Ireland’s plastic pollution became part of our diet – Irish Times
- Ireland should ban microbeads, says top marine biologist – Irish Times
- A caterpillar that eats and digests plastic in record time – Deutsche Welle
- A large conveyor belt transfers floating plastic litter to the remote Arctic Ocean – Tara Expeditions