Future of the Environment

Microplastics have even been blown into a remote corner of the Pyrenees

A musher guides his sled during the 17 km (10.5 miles) second stage of the Pirena 2008 Grand Prix Affinity sled dog race in Partacua-Piedrafita, in the Pyrenees mountains in northern Spain, January 21, 2008.     REUTERS/Joseba Etxaburu (SPAIN) - GM1DXCAMGMAA

Microplastics can now be found even in the most remote parts of the world. Image: REUTERS/Joseba Etxaburu

Sharon George
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