Rick Smith decided to conduct an experiment on himself to see if he could measure an increase of microplastics in his body. The author and Executive Director of the Broadbent Institute says the lab-based tests on his stool samples are the first of their kind in North America to search for traces of the tiny plastic particles in people. Microplastics have been discovered circulating in the environment and are linked to health concerns.
— Read on www.theglobeandmail.com/appview/canada/video-searching-for-microplastics-within-the-human-body/
Pollution is everywhere, what to do about it?
Let’s stop using plastic, ASAP.
Innovation, let’s find ways to use 3D printers to replace plastic with with safer substances.
Let’s fund study and different ways to research better methods to live without plastic.
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