The Wombles of Kensington High Street are we.
"Preserve and cherish the pale blue dot, the only home we've ever known.”
The massive accumulation of plastic and other debris in the Pacific Ocean continues to grow as global consumption of the material remains high.
Bottled water is often marketed as the purest form of H2O, but a recent study found plastic particles in 93% of samples from around the world
"I feel like the younger generations do care more about the planet."
In South Korea, beauty isn't "something to be envied, but something to be attained." —Dr. Joo Kwon
If we continue at the rate we're going, studies estimate that there could be more plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050.
"We’ve got to make sure this doesn’t turn into ‘hug a husky part two’, which rapidly developed into ‘cut the green crap’ a couple of years later,” said Labour's Mary Creagh.
Make this the year you start using less plastic.
T. rex couldn't run, the atoms inside you might have come from outside the Milky Way, and humans have made an incredible amount of plastic.
A new study reveals that humans have produced over 8,300 million tonnes of plastic since 1950, and thrown out over 6,300 million tonnes.
"A lot of us suffer from migraines…can Botox actually help?"
Saving the Earth one reusable canvas tote at a time.
It's 2017 and anything goes, I guess.
Alternate title: Fuck plastic!
Reusable bag? I make my own.
You don't have to do them all every day, but every little effort makes a difference.
"There's my potato face, y'all."
If you want to learn, you must force yourself to do what's right.
"At some point, I think that in a few years we'll look back and think, What were we even doing putting plastics in cosmetics?!"
They didn't even sell the whole food!
The affected chocolate bars were made in a factory in the Netherlands.
"It's like a little fish tank!"
"BOO, you whore!"
It's easily the best thing about getting new electronics. Inspired by r/thatpeelingfeeling.
Microbeads are making their way into our water — and transporting harmful chemicals into our food.
There are "at least 5.25 trillion plastic particles" in the world's oceans, a new study found.
Yes, you read that right. A BLOW-UP DOLL.
Hart was seen talking on his cell phone between scenes ...wearing a "Mr. Milky" boob unitard. It's quite a look. [NSFW-ish]
This plastic green armyman costume is quite clearly the best thing that happened over the weekend. You know your costume is a winner when strangers start confidently claiming it's a PhotoShop fake in the comments on your Flickr page.