Samoa: protecting and preserving a South Pacific paradise.
Plastic waste in the ocean is a global problem; some eight million metric tonnes of plastic ends up in the ocean every year.
A large-scale study, the biggest of its kind, has measured the impact of habitat loss for more than 4000 land mammals.
Science & Environment
Australians go through, on-average, about 60kg of plastic per person per year. Can we really live without it?