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Microplastics Exist in Salt and Contaminate the Human Body

Unfortunately, the use of plastic is close to our daily lives. Data shows that 90 percent of food products packaging use plastic materials. Plastic pollution is still a big scourge that haunts the world, including Indonesia. The National Waste Management Information System records that in 2022, out of 17,834,071.68 tons of waste originating from 145 […]

Exigency of Youth Mobilization to Save Our Ocean

Young generation is labelled as critical, creative, and technology-savvy generation. With these strongpoints, young generation is expected to become a future excellent leader who could solve the existing ecological complication and create a better life on Earth. “Today, there are many more young people showing their existence to articulate their concerns with environmental issues including […]

Plastic Waste Remains Serious Threats to Marine Life

Plastic waste with toxic substance content and hard to extract can be mostly found in the oceans. The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) website mentioned that at least 14 million tons of plastic end up in the ocean every year. The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) 2021 report shows that the total amount […]

Efforts in Handling Plastic Waste in Maluku and Papua

Plastic waste discarded to the oceans are not only damaging the environment, but also harmful to human life. A research conducted by Manullang (2021) reported that there were 2.359 waste floating in Ambon Bay, Maluku Province, with plastic as the most common type of waste. Furthermore, the research concludes that Ambon Bay has been exposed […]

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