“I only ever heard about briquettes the day I was given some to use by GVEP” says Ruth Odhaimbo, a wife and mother of three living in Kariobangi, Nairobi. 635 more words
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Tiny particles of waste plastic that are ingested by shoreline “eco-engineer” worms may be negatively affecting biodiversity, a study says.
So-called microplastics may be able to transfer toxic pollutants and chemicals into the guts of lugworms, reducing the animals’ functions. 28 more words