Here, There, and Everywhere: The Problem with Microplastics in Water and What Women Scientists are Doing to Solve It

Read all about it in wH2O, The Journal of Gender and Water, Volume 8 (2021) right here.

 

About Pam Lazos

writer, blogger, environmentally hopeful
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10 Responses to Here, There, and Everywhere: The Problem with Microplastics in Water and What Women Scientists are Doing to Solve It

  1. Awesome, Pam! I look forward to reading your article and sharing it with the research students I teach.

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  2. hilarymb says:

    Hi Pam – Congratulations on your entry … I just read about a start-up at Imperial College who have developed a form of polyethylene plastic that is biodegradeable, as well as recyclable. It breaks down in 226 days – leaving a harmless sludge … it can be used for cling-film (plastic film), salad bags, or thin post bags. It was only ‘a note’ … but I’m sure more will be forthcoming about it.

    Plastic is awful and so much worse after a year of Covid … we’ll need all the help we can get to get this planet and its oceans back to health again. All the best – Hilary

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  3. Congratulations on this publication, Pam. It took a lot of work to write this.

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  4. Congrats on the publication, Pam! I’ve downloaded a copy to read later with more care.

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