We were out on Rauer this weekend, a group of islands outside of Ula and Kjerringvik in Vestfold.
Huge rocks that are blanketed by sea, storm and wind. 50% of the island are nature reserve and it is a pretty spectacular experience just to stand there…
We found and removed plastic and isopore garbage.
The article is from and about:
WWF – one of the world’s largest and most experienced independent conservation organizations, with over 5 million supporters and a global network active in more than 100 countries.
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This article is about:
A new study by the University of Newcastle, Australia, takes a closer look at the data gap on what plastic pollution means for human nutrition. The study estimates the average amount of plastic ingested by humans by analyzing and synthesizing the existing but limited literature on the topic. The results confirm concerns over the large quantity of plastic we ingest every day.
I got it from Liv-Marit Hansen at www.oslofjorden.org and you can read it here: