I usually post on Tuesdays, but I thought I’d make an exception for Earth Day! Although every day should be a day to be considerate of our planet, today is a perfect day for doing something special. If you don’t have any ideas on something to do, here are a few: Take a green quiz! … More Fun Things to do for Earth Day
Welcome back to my series on pollution! This post is written by Elise from Clean Coney Island. Be sure to check out her fantastic blog to learn more! Littering is improperly disposed waste. That waste could be anything from leftover food, to plastic grocery bags, and paper cups. I’ve lived in the city for majority … More How Is Litter Affecting Coney Island?
A lot of crap ends up in the ocean. Scientists estimate that up to 12 MILLION TONS of plastic enters oceans worldwide every year. That’s the equivalent of one trash truck full every minute. One of the main reasons for this is there’s so much is litter. While some waste comes from fishing vessels and … More Does Litter Really Matter?
I’ve already discussed how marine animals and corals are affected by pollution, but what about animals that don’t live in the sea? Countless sea birds have died due to an excess of plastic in their stomachs, and this needs to stop! Ok, so what makes sea birds so valuable? Well, they give scientists information on … More How are Sea Birds Affected by Ocean Plastic?
Welcome to the last post of this series! I hope you’ve enjoyed learning about the ocean and are more cautious about how you let yourself impact the environment. Remember to subscribe to my email list and comment what your favorite post of this series has been! Ok, so if you’ve kept up with this series … More You’re Eating Plastic!
Welcome to the third post of my series! Today I will be sharing the impact people have on our environment, especially our oceans. Please read this through to the end, because I spent a lot of time researching this and this is information you need to know! Most people aren’t aware of the consequences their … More The Truth About Our Oceans