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Very Alarming Study Finds Microplastics in 93 Percent of Bottled Water
Researchers fished particles out of 11 top worldwide brands.
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We’re Running Out of the Grass Used to Make Grass-Fed Beef
Farmers say that it’s just a matter of time before they “simply don’t have enough” to support grazing.
Why There Might Be Plastic in Your Mussels
Scientists now find microplastics inside even remote Arctic bivalves.
These Farmers Stopped Tyson From Opening a Plant in Kansas
Worried about pollution, they successfully protested.
Researchers Are Now Finding ‘Shocking Numbers’ of Microfibers in Shellfish
Pacific oysters and clams are at an average of eight particles apiece.
Bad News: You’re Probably Eating Fleece Every Time You Have Seafood
Research shows you’re getting more out of that Patagonia jacket than you bargained for.
Ocean’s Fish Now Addicted to Eating Plastic
This can’t be good.
Tyson Foods Could Very Well Be America’s Worst Water Polluter
According to EPA data, it’s worse than ExxonMobil and Koch Industries combined.
Italian Town Bans Wood-Burning Ovens for 3 Months
The mayor wants to clean the air.
Study Says Barnegat Bay Is In Bad Shape
Though the threats are real, NJ’s Governor Chris Christie doesn’t take them seriously.
Gas Drillers Get the Go-Ahead to Stop Delivering Drinking Water; Dirty
Plus: Details on how to “Chinese orange”; and Google gears up to release its “Ice Cream Sandwich,” all in our morning news roundup.