Plastic pollution is one of the biggest threats to the health of the ocean worldwide. With skyrocketing production of plastics, low recycling levels and poor management of waste, almost 4 to 12 million metric tons of plastic enter the waters across the world every year. In 2009, 30 million tons of plastic is produced by
Many people dream and decide to leave the polluted and congested cities and move to the countryside that is full of green meadows and forests. In the village, one may find a place that is equivalent to the Lost Paradise of John Milton. However, living in the countryside is much more different than that of
It is already a proven fact that the shipping industry dumps million tons of wastes and garbage into the oceans from their day to day operations resulting in enormous marine pollution. Ships are responsible for more than 18% of the water pollution. According to estimation by the International Maritime Organization, ships emit almost 2.2% of
Excitement to decide big move to a major metropolitan city can sometimes be distracting from the fact that you are going into a transition of the higher cost of living from a simple life in the countryside. City life is luring to most of the people, especially to those who live in a small village.
The oceans of the Earth are massive, so is the amount of pollution that is entering the waters of the seas through both man-made and natural sources. This marine pollution is affecting the entire ecosystem of the ocean across the globe. According to the report by the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, most of the