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Killer waste: On Midway Island, far from the centers of world commerce, an albatross, dead from ingesting too much plastic, decays on the beach; it is a common sight on the remote island

Shocking photos of mankind's destruction of the planet

Dead bird On Midway Atoll, far from the centres of world commerce, an albatross, dead from ingesting too much plastic, decays on the beach – it is a common sight on the remote island Photograph: Chris Jordan

Light + Bright Stacked Blue Bowl's

BLU E BIANCO There are days where you find yourself in one place looking for an image on that giant worldwide web of ours and before you.

No space wasted: Sprawling Mexico City, Mexico, population 20 million, density 24,600/mile (63,700/square kilometer), rolls across the landscape, displacing every scrap of natural habitat

Shocking photos of mankind's destruction of the planet

No space wasted: Sprawling Mexico City, Mexico, population 20 million, density rolls across landscape displacing every scrape of natural habitat.

Stomach Contents of Seabirds Show that Marine Plastic Pollution Is out of Control

Stomach Contents of Seabirds Show that Marine Plastic Pollution Is out of Control

MIDWAY FILM is raising funds for Join the Midway Film Project! MIDWAY is a powerful visual journey into the heart of an astonishingly symbolic environmental tragedy.

Tangled up in blue: an Antarctic fur seal caught in a fishing net, South Georgia Island.

"The Devolution of the Seas: The Consequences of Oceanic Destruction" Tangled up in blue: an Antarctic fur seal caught in a fishing net, South Georgia Island.

The pollution in our oceans is menacing. Read about the effects and toll this is taking on sea life and our own lives.

Ocean Pollutants and Their Far-Reaching Effects

The pollution in our oceans is menacing. Read about the effects and toll this is taking on sea life and our own lives.

"Carteret Islands - king tides cause first refugees - of global warming"   First Official Climate Change Refugees Evacuate Their Island Homes for Good

First Official Climate Change Refugees Evacuate Their Island Homes for Good

First Official Climate Change Refugees Evacuate Their Island Homes for Good - Carteret Islanders of Papua New Guinea have become the world's first entire community to be displaced by climate change

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