Giant plastic-collecting 'pool noodle' breaks apart in the Pacific
Ocean Cleanup's plastic-catching device is heading home for repairs.
A project to remove 88,000 tons of plastic from the Pacific has begun
A giant "pool noodle" is heading 260 miles offshore for a two week trial.
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The soda brand wants to explore healthier drink options.
Samsung's 'unbreakable' display survives UL scrutiny
The flexible OLED screen might just live up to the hype.
Adidas pledges to only use recycled plastics by 2024
Your shoes and athletic gear will be that much more eco-friendly.
Starbucks' straw ban is a big win for the Earth's oceans
That's a billion fewer single-use straws being thrown away every year.
Scientists accidentally produce an enzyme that devours plastic
The mutant enzyme breaks down plastic in a matter of days.
ESA plans to measure ocean plastic data from space
Until now scientists have relied on estimates.