Ambitious targets are needed to end ocean plastic pollution by 2100, analysis finds

A collaboration between researchers at Imperial College London and GNS Science, suggests that reducing plastic pollution by 5% per year would stabilize the level of microplastics—plastics less than 5 mm in length—in the surface oceans.

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