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Melanie Bergmann sagt: "Die Vorstellung, Mikroplastikpartikel könnten eventuell ziemlich schnell und nahezu senkrecht in die Tiefe sinken, ist durch unsere Modellergebnisse wiederlegt" External link

analytik Thursday, April 9, 2020 12:25:00 AM CEST

Melanie Bergmann sagt: "Dieser hohe Anteil so kleiner Partikel gibt uns wirklich zu denken, weil sich natürlich sofort die Frage stellt, wie zum Beispiel Tiere auf diese winzigen Kunststoffreste reagieren" External link

analytik Thursday, April 9, 2020 12:25:00 AM CEST

Christina Agapakis said: “It’s so compelling to even start imagining things at that scale, to open that door for our imaginations,” External link

nytimes Wednesday, April 8, 2020 2:27:00 PM CEST

David Kroodsma said: “The oceans are a pretty exciting place to work in big data because there’s so much opportunity for improving data, which, in fisheries has historically been very poor, especially when you compare it with other extractive industries,” External link

nytimes Wednesday, April 8, 2020 11:26:00 AM CEST

Frans Timmermans said: “To achieve climate-neutrality by 2050, to preserve our natural environment, and to strengthen our economic competitiveness, requires a fully circular economy. Today, our economy is still mostly linear, with only 12% of secondary materials and resources being brought back into the economy. Many products break down too easily, cannot be reused, repaired or recycled, or are made for single use only. There is a huge potential to be exploited both for businesses and consumers. With today’s plan we launch action to transform the way products are made and empower consumers to make sustainable choices for their own benefit and that of the environment” External link

eureporter Wednesday, April 8, 2020 4:38:00 AM CEST

Virginijus Sinkevičius said: “We only have one Planet Earth, and yet by 2050 we will be consuming as if we had three. The new Plan will make circularity the mainstream in our lives and speed up the green transition of our economy. We offer decisive action to change the top of the sustainability chain – product design. Future-oriented actions will create business and job opportunities, give new rights to European consumers, harness innovation and digitalisation and, just like nature, make sure that nothing is wasted” External link

eureporter Wednesday, April 8, 2020 4:38:00 AM CEST

Bruno Tremblay says: “In a warmer climate, the faster moving ice can travel longer distances and melt in Arctic peripheral seas belonging to other neighbouring states or even survive the following summer and be carried in regions across the Arctic Ocean where it melts” External link

alphagalileo Tuesday, April 7, 2020 8:33:00 PM CEST

Bruno Tremblay said: “The trend was particularly clear looking at the pre-2000 and post-2000 observational records when a clear acceleration of the sea ice decline was apparent,” “The natural extension of this work, given that global climate models reproduce this observed trend, is to look at the future of ice exchange between neighbouring states of the Arctic” External link

alphagalileo Tuesday, April 7, 2020 8:33:00 PM CEST

Bruno Tremblay says: “The implications of this study are clear. Faster moving sea ice brings countries closer together, and local coastal pollution or pollution transported by rivers from far inland locations can have an impact on the coastal environment of even distant countries. The protection of one’s environment in the far north therefore must rely on the protection of the environment of all Arctic states,” External link

alphagalileo Tuesday, April 7, 2020 8:33:00 PM CEST

Aaron Beck explains: "This covers the first part of the transport route from the rivers into the coastal waters" External link

jpi-oceans Tuesday, April 7, 2020 10:07:00 AM CEST

Norman Green sier: – Våre funn tyder på at tre muslingarter kan være særlig egnet som indikatorarter for å overvåke mikroplast i det nordiske havmiljøet: blåskjell (Mytilus spp.) i mesteparten av kystområdene i Norden, østersjømusling (Limecola balthica) i Østersjøen og Abra nitida langs deler av norskekysten og Nordsjøen, External link

TonsbergsBlad Wednesday, March 25, 2020 10:50:00 AM CET

Andrew Turner zegt: “Lego is een van de meest populaire kinderspeeltjes in de geschiedenis en een deel van de aantrekkingskracht is altijd de duurzaamheid geweest” External link

dewereldmorgen Tuesday, March 17, 2020 7:51:00 PM CET

Andrew Turner zegt: “De stukken die we hebben getest, waren gladder en verkleurd, en sommige structuren waren gebroken en gefragmenteerd, wat suggereert dat ze niet alleen intact blijven, maar ook kunnen breken tot microplastics” External link

dewereldmorgen Tuesday, March 17, 2020 7:51:00 PM CET

Beatriz Robles explica: “la industria tiene la obligación de dar información sobre 14 alérgenos, incluso en alimentos sin envasar, pero si la persona tiene alguna alergia a otro compuesto debe interesarse a través del etiquetado” External link

consumer Wednesday, November 20, 2019 6:01:00 AM CET

Beatriz Robles señala: “aunque se está hablando mucho de ellos, no tenemos muchos” External link

consumer Wednesday, November 20, 2019 6:01:00 AM CET

Beatriz Robles advierte: “Si retrocedemos y vamos hacia el consumo de alimentos que no pasan una cadena de control y calidad, al final, pueden resurgir infecciones ya olvidadas” External link

consumer Wednesday, November 20, 2019 6:01:00 AM CET

Rocio Perez señala: “Hoy en día tenemos muchas razones para no consumir alimentos en mal estado. Nunca se ha comido más seguro como hasta ahora. Los casos que ocurren, como el de la listeria, son noticia porque no es habitual que suceda. Anteriormente, la gente tomaba los alimentos en muy mal estado, hoy en día eso no pasa. Así, el consumidor es responsable de conservar esa salubridad” External link

consumer Wednesday, November 20, 2019 6:01:00 AM CET

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