With World Water Day tomorrow, and seeing our water system flooded with micro plastic waste, many of which comes from synthetic clothes, what can you *actually* do to reduce micro fibre pollution?
Our throwaway culture has managed to poison everything with plastic. Here are 3 relevant books: a personal journey on a plastic junk raft, research on microplastic toxicity and more. A must-read each!
The cult ingredient checking app that helps conscious consumers find skincare products without microplastics, conflict palm oil, animal byproducts, and allergens got bilingual in the wake of entering the US market.
The latest Codecheck/BUND investigation reveals: microplastics in cosmetics are not just not going anywhere – the plastic percentage in skincare has increased since 2014.
Microplastic-polluted fish (or honey, or beer, or mineral water) on your table is not going to vanish soon. Here’s why and what you must do about it.
A fascinating new report reveals which river on Earth is the *most* polluted with microplastics (hint: it’s in Europe) – and advocates stricter legal regulations.
Plastic foam cups made of polystyrene – hi there, plastic debris. What does it mean if researchers find worms that can… eat Styrofoam?
EWG Skindeep’s European counterpart, Codecheck now highlights products affected by microplastics to help conscious consumers avoid ruining our oceans.