Waste and litter are a significant issue for natural systems, with impacts on ecosystems, fisheries and human health.
Marine litter is everywhere: it is abundant even in the remote Arctic. Moreover, the Arctic Ocean may act as a sink for debris drifting ...
The impacts of marine plastic pollution range from ecological to socioeconomic, and cost the world at least US$8 billion dollars per year.
This pilot project develops a shoreline map to define coastal areas with different likelihood of accumulating beach litter.
Marine litter is everywhere and unfortunately, the Arctic Ocean is no exception.
The Marine Debris Action Planner (MDAP) is a project funded by Innovation Norway in which GRID-Arendal and SALT are developing a service...
We all contribute to this problem. Yes, all. And we need to act now if we want to avoid living in a sea of plastic by mid-century.