The United Nations estimates that each one of us uses nearly 140 kilograms of plastic each year. At least 6.4 million metric tons of that plastic has ended up in the oceans. Environmental activist Captain Charles Moore has found that in some areas, plastic outweighs zooplankton - the ocean's food base - and is entering the food chain.
Bernard Weber recently declared the provisional announcement of the New7Wonders of Nature from the N7W Headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland.
American Rivers' first installment of a four part series devoted to the restoration of Washington state's Elwha and White Salmon Rivers. Support the Year of the River Project by visiting www.americanrivers.org.
The Guardian sheds light on New Zealand's Rena oil spill disaster.
Siluria Technologies presents how they effectively convert natural gas into ethanol.
More than 100 volunteers removed 3.5 tons of litter, debris and old tires from the shorelines of West Virginia's Kanawha River on Sept. 10, 2011.
The Water Replenishment District of Southern California shows how disposing of household hazards can lead to big time disasters.
CBS Television's eco-friendly efforts are effectively promoting sustainability.
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