Plastic is ubiquitous in modern life and human life so dependent on this non-degradable material that it is nearly impossible to shake it off. Keeping that in mind, scientists have been working toward creating eco-friendly and biodegradable plastic alternatives. Researchers at British Columbia University (UBC)
With increasing environmental pollution and drastic climatic changes, microplastics have been under constant scrutiny. These tiny plastic particles are found everywhere – in the air, soil, and water – even, in human blood. Amid the rising environmental and health concerns, an MIT research team has
Even though I don’t like plastic, the convenience this non-biodegradable material has offered since its invention over a century ago cannot be denied. And I get the hypocrisy, as we all – even though people advocating the shedding of plastic – use it inadvertently and
Plastic pollution is choking every corner of the planet but its countless applications in human world has made this non-biodegradable material indispensable. However, with the rising awareness about the harmful impacts of plastic, scientific community is trying to create various alternatives. One such substitute has
From toothbrush to comb, everything that we use on a daily basis usually consists of plastic. In order to minimize the snowballing of plastic waste, we need to eliminate it from our basic needs, South Korean label HAYAN’s No.001 Pistachio Green Toothbrushes are made out
Everyone is acquainted with the adverse effects of using plastic. People usually talk about recycling plastic but don’t you think recycling more plastic would eventually raise the plastic demand even further? If you do not support the use of plastic then say no to plastic!
The volume of plastic waste on the planet reflects the magnitude of the global plastic industry. Plastics not only last for a long time but also have low recycling and reuse capacity. Nearly 40% of the plastic packaging is single-use and none of it is