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Japanese Scientists Use High-Res Mapping To Tackle Plastic Pollution

May 15, 2020 by

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From the team at CFACT ~ To be sure, plastic is an important part of our daily lives. Yet when that plastic gets tossed into the ocean, it can become an environmental menace. Recent studies indicate that upwards of 0.27 million tons of plastic are adrift on our oceans. This is not good news for […]

Greenpeace And The Great Plastic Fraud

December 8, 2019 by

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By Dr. Jay Lehr and Dr. Jane Orient ~ One of the newest Greenpeace scare campaigns described in their literature says: “there is a sea of plastic garbage twice the size of Texas in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. “A new continent, Plastic Nation has emerged and threatens to kill the oceans in less […]

Energy From Plastic Is A Win-Win

October 15, 2019 by

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By Peter Murphy ~ Two promising developments have been underway regarding plastics. The first is the sophisticated effort to remove plastic litter from the oceans.  The second is the promising technological ability to convert used plastic to energy. Success in these areas will mean a cleaner planet and a more efficient use of energy in […]

Hunting The “White Whale” Of Ocean Plastic Clean Up

October 10, 2019 by

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By Adam Houser ~ In the literary classic, Moby Dick, Captain Ahab is desperately searching for the “white whale” that maimed him during a previous nautical voyage. The novel is such a staple of American culture that the phrase “white whale” has come to refer to anything that has eluded a person or group for […]