One of the highest points in the Maldives is an island made of trash.
The awe-inspiring offspring of our industriousness can live through the ages, but the gross byproducts of our civilization can also cause lasting damage.
Disease-causing microorganisms use floating plastic trash as rafts to ride the oceans' currents and invade ecosystems. Continue reading →
Oceanic life is colonizing garbage littered on the ocean floor.
Oyster mushrooms can rid the world of the diaper disposal problem. Next question: would you eat these bottom feeders?
A 'trash' boat made of all recycled parts set sail around Taiwan last week.
The Great North Atlantic Garbage Patch is located in the Sargasso Sea.
The 6.4 million tons of rubbish in the world's oceans leads to huge expenses, a report finds.
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