Microplastics Cause Macrodamage.

Microplastics, which are tiny plastic particles measuring less than 5 millimeters in size, have become a significant concern for the marine environment. They can originate from a variety of sources. Breakdown of larger plastic items, microbeads used in personal care products, and fibers from synthetic clothing are just some examples. Microplastics have a significant impact (more…)

How Zimbabwe’s Rainwater Harvesting Strategies Can Be Applied in the US

Zimbabwe has dealt with recurring droughts and destructive floods for decades. But farmers there are adapting to the changing climate by implementing rainwater harvesting strategies. These same low-cost, scalable methods can be used to reduce the impact of droughts and floods by large- and small-scale farmers in the US. Homegrown Harvesting Efforts Since the devastating (more…)