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Worlds rivers are full of drugs

The largest global study revealed that the hundreds of rivers around the world from the Thames to the Tigris are full of dangerously high levels of antibiotics.

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Europe’s non-plastic path

More than fifty years ago Neil Armstrong made fundamental and outstanding discovery and resumed it it one famous quote: “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind”. The similar responds to european endevour on the path to clean and green future. Step by step Europe approaches itself to more nature and organic living.

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The EU bans plastics

Today the EU signed off on a plan that will prohibit single-use plastics throughout participating countries by the year 2021. The law targets specific plastics while forcing companies to pay for any pollution their products may cause.

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Russia drafts first carbon emission law

Russian government is working on climate legislation that could give the world’s fifth largest emitter a framework for regulating carbon emissions for the first time.

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South Koreans fight smog with pork

Republic of South Korea faces a battle against unhealthy air, caused by a combination of domestic emissions from coal-fired power plants and cars, and pollutants wafted in from China and North Korea.

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Pupils in London will wear bags to monitor toxic air levels

In UK capital schoolchildren will carry backpacks with inbuilt air quality sensors to help monitor levels of pollution in the city.

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South Asia: top toxic air region

A South Asia region is known to be a desirable travel destination with deep blue ocean, white sand beaches and delicious local food. Till now no one paid attention to the most needed thing for traveling and even more – for life – to air. This invisible factor was taken for granted and not evaluated. Until the moment the scientists started taking samples of air and determine its quality.

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The garbage spot in the Pacific frightens with its scale – expert

Recently, a new discovery of a massive amount of plastic floating in the South Pacific was shocking. It is yet another piece of bad news in the fight against ocean plastic pollution. This patch was recently discovered by Captain Charles Moore, founder of the Algalita Research Foundation, a non-profit group dedicated to solving the issue of marine plastic pollution, tells National Geografic.  


“The garbage spot in the Pacific, which was recently discovered, scares with its scales. Its area is 2.5 million square meters. These are frightening figures and this is just what we happened to see. The oceral picture of the actual scale of pollution is still outside the field of view of mankind. Mankind is rapidly breaking down the planet and its inhabitants. According to the study “National Geografic” from 2014, in the World Ocean there are 5.25 trillion plastic particles with the total weight of 269 thousand tons. It is believed that the natural way of plastic decays for 450 years. These figures are frightening. Plastic in soil and water carries a huge threat to nature and wildlife. It becomes a reason for the death of many terrestrial and marine animals. The problem lies with each of us, from the plastic manufacturer to its consumer. This is a huge problem that must be solved at all costs” – told Alexandra Batiy, vice president of Eastern Europe Association of the Greens.

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