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A boom in petrochemical plants driven by cheap natural gas could lock in greenhouse emissions for decades to come The Sunshine Project, a gargantuan petrochemical complex planned on 2,500 acres along the Mississippi River south of Baton Rouge, La., will be one of the largest greenhouse gas emitters in America when it becomes fully operational read more
Coca-Cola said it will continue selling drinks in plastic bottles Coca-Cola stood by its single-use plastic bottle at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Speaking to the BBC, senior vice president Beatriz Perez shifted responsibility for the mountains of plastic they produce on consumers. Customers are thirsty for drinks bottled in resealable, lightweight plastic, read more
The U.S. is one of the biggest creators of plastic waste, and consumers are taking more notice than ever. Concerns over plastic pollution and how to combat it with eco-friendly alternatives are also peaking. A new study by Piplsay dove into perceptions of the issue, providing a broad brush of Americans’ thoughts on plastic pollution. read more
The E.C.B., which meets Thursday, is among central banks trying to prepare for what a report warns could be a coming economic upheaval. FRANKFURT — Climate change has already been blamed for deadly bush fires in Australia, dying coral reefs, rising sea levels and ever more cataclysmic storms. Could it also cause the next financial read more
Kailua Beach has consistently been voted best beach in America. But for the past week, it’s been covered in pollution. “Thousands and thousands of pounds,” said Anissa Gunther, manager at Kailua Beach Adventures. From one end of Kailua Beach to the other, the sand has been blanketed with a layer of microplastics. Volunteers using sand read more
A new worldwide drive to reduce plastic pollution in the travel industry – the Global Tourism Plastic Initiative – has been launched. The aim of the UN-backed project is to stop plastic used within the travel industry ending up as pollution, while also reducing the amount of new plastic that needs to be produced. Travel read more