Five misconceptions about single-use plastics that might surprise you.
Here’s what life cycle assessments miss.
Misleading labels and life cycle studies make for a messy story.
Microplastics are showing up everywhere.
New York’s governor has been drifting through the wind; wants to start again.
A different kind of metamorphosis
Such membranes have potential for water desalinatization and other advanced filtering.
A chemist has developed an "upcycling" method of converting waste plastic bags into nanotubes
A new type of plastic made from corn starch could solve some of the material's most egregious crimes
Seattle follows in the steps of eco-friendly San Francisco with a restriction on plastic shopping bags
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