What are microplastics?
Logically, "micro" correctly suggests they are extremely small pieces of plastic debris in the environment resulting from the disposal and breakdown of consumer products and industrial waste. Microplastic pollution has been detected in human blood for the first time, with scientists finding the tiny particles in almost 80% of the people tested.
This article from WebMD says that we essentially eat a plastic credit card each week.
On a much happier subject, PPFF recently commissioned a poll to examine voter attitudes towards investing American Rescue Plan funds into park and forests maintenance. What percentage of Pennsylvanians support this investment?
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I'll draw one entry from all correct answers received during the month.