Flinders University microplastics study determines how clean Australia’s remote beaches really are

A study conducted by Flinders University will find out how many microplastics are swimming in waters at South Australian beaches. The study, led by Flinders University professor Karen Burke Da Silva, looks at plastic pollution in our waterways and these microplastics are affecting marine life. While Australia’s densely-populated beaches are often put under the microscope …
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Six new members join the CE100 network

The opportunity for further collaboration has just been scaled with six new members joining the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s CE100 network. Bringing together leaders and innovators from around the world, the new members will contribute towards the transition to a circular economy through this unique multi-stakeholder platform.

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