Drinking just a litre of bottled water a day could mean you are consuming more microplastics than you would from being an avid shellfish eater.
Our individual environments at home, in transit and at work or school all substantially affect how much air pollution we are exposed to.
New evidence from the US suggests that air pollution – especially fine particulate matter – may be taking a toll on our mental as well as our physical health.
A new report shows that pollution in our air, water, soil and at work is responsible for 16% of all deaths worldwide – and it’s totally unnecessary and preventable.
More than 80% of tap water samples collected worldwide tested positive for microplastics, suggesting that these tiny pollutants are moving from our oceans to our freshwater supplies.
Polyester and acrylic clothing sheds hundreds of thousands of plastic fibres each time it is washed – and guess where it ends up? A new perspective on what pollutes our oceans.
A new report starkly sets out the dangerous impact that air pollution – both outside and inside the home – is currently having on our health in the UK and elsewhere in the world.
Microbeads – microscopic particles of plastic – are used widely in cosmetics and are now ubiquitous environmental pollutants
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