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ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET-BACKSTORY
RTS2XTJM
January 10, 2020
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured in a cereal bowl, equivalent to the amount of microplastic a person...
Singapore, Singapore
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured in a cereal bowl in this illustration photo
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured in a cereal bowl, equivalent to the amount of microplastic a person could consume every six months, based on a recent study by WWF International, in this illustration photo taken October 10, 2019. Picture taken October 10, 2019. REUTERS/Anand Katakam/Illustration
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET-BACKSTORY
RTS2XTJL
January 10, 2020
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured on a dinner plate, equivalent to the amount of microplastic a...
Singapore, Singapore
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured on a dinner plate in this illustration photo
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured on a dinner plate, equivalent to the amount of microplastic a person could consume in a year, based on a recent study by WWF International, in this illustration photo taken October 10, 2019. Picture taken October 10, 2019. REUTERS/Anand Katakam/Illustration
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET-BACKSTORY
RTS2XTJJ
January 10, 2020
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured half-filling a rice bowl, equivalent to the amount of microplastic...
Singapore, Singapore
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured half-filling a rice bowl in this illustration photo
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured half-filling a rice bowl, equivalent to the amount of microplastic a person could consume every a month, based on a recent study by WWF International, in this illustration photo taken October 10, 2019. Picture taken October 10, 2019. REUTERS/Anand Katakam/Illustration
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET-BACKSTORY
RTS2XTJI
January 10, 2020
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured in a porcelain soup spoon, equivalent to the amount of microplastic...
Singapore, Singapore
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured in a porcelain soup spoon in this illustration photo
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured in a porcelain soup spoon, equivalent to the amount of microplastic a person could consume every week, based on a recent study by WWF International, in this illustration photo taken October 10, 2019. Picture taken October 10, 2019. REUTERS/Anand Katakam/Illustration
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/
RTS2WNOG
December 31, 2019
Interactive page showing a series of images visualising how much plastic the average human consumes in...
Interactive Content
Visualising the amount of microplastic we ea media-interactive
Interactive page showing a series of images visualising how much plastic the average human consumes in their diet over various periods of time. embed code and instructions: https://reut.rs/2Qce6Qj
Pictures Report
Pictures Report
Our ocean of plastic
17 PICTURES
Pictures Report
Pictures Report
17 images of plastic, debris polluting the world's oceans
17 PICTURES
Environment
Environment
Our ocean of plastic
56 PICTURES
FRANCE-POLLUTION/MICROPLASTICS
RTX6FZWT
October 22, 2018
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, poses on a coastal research...
VILLEFRANCHE-SUR-MER, France
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, poses on a coastal research...
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, poses on a coastal research vessel as she works on a scientific study about microplastics damaging marine ecosystems, near Villefranche-Sur-Mer, on the French Riviera, France, October 19, 2018. Picture taken October 19, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
FRANCE-POLLUTION/MICROPLASTICS
RTX6FZWQ
October 22, 2018
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, uses a net to collect sea...
VILLEFRANCHE-SUR-MER, France
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, uses a net to collect sea...
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, uses a net to collect sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea on a coastal research vessel as part of a scientific study about microplastics damaging marine ecosystems, near Villefranche-Sur-Mer, on the French Riviera, France, October 19, 2018. Picture taken October 19, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
FRANCE-POLLUTION/MICROPLASTICS
RTX6FZWI
October 22, 2018
A scientist uses a magnifying glass to look at sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea as part of...
VILLEFRANCHE-SUR-MER, France
A scientist uses a magnifying glass to look at sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea at the Villefranche...
A scientist uses a magnifying glass to look at sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea as part of a scientific study about microplastics damaging marine ecosystems, at the Villefranche Oceanographic Laboratory (LOV), in Villefranche-Sur-Mer on the French Riviera, France, October 19, 2018. Picture taken October 19, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
FRANCE-POLLUTION/MICROPLASTICS
RTX6FZWF
October 22, 2018
A scientist holds a bottle of formalin before examining sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea...
VILLEFRANCHE-SUR-MER, France
A scientist holds a bottle of formalin before examining sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea...
A scientist holds a bottle of formalin before examining sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea as part of a scientific study about microplastics damaging marine ecosystems, at the Villefranche Oceanographic Laboratory (LOV), in Villefranche-Sur-Mer on the French Riviera, France, October 19, 2018. Picture taken October 19, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
FRANCE-POLLUTION/MICROPLASTICS
RTX6FZW7
October 22, 2018
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics collects sea sample taken from...
VILLEFRANCHE-SUR-MER, France
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics collects sea sample taken from...
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics collects sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea on a coastal research vessel as part of a scientific study about microplastics damaging marine ecosystems, near Villefranche-Sur-Mer, on the French Riviera, France, October 19, 2018. Picture taken October 19, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
FRANCE-POLLUTION/MICROPLASTICS
RTX6FZW2
October 22, 2018
Marie Emmanuelle Kerros Rouger, CNRS assistant engineer, looks at a piece of plastic found among sea...
VILLEFRANCHE-SUR-MER, France
Marie Emmanuelle Kerros Rouger, CNRS assistant engineer, looks at a piece of plastic found among sea...
Marie Emmanuelle Kerros Rouger, CNRS assistant engineer, looks at a piece of plastic found among sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea as part of a scientific study about microplastics damaging marine ecosystems, at the Villefranche Oceanographic Laboratory (LOV), in Villefranche-Sur-Mer on the French Riviera, France, October 19, 2018. Picture taken October 19, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
FRANCE-POLLUTION/MICROPLASTICS
RTX6FZW1
October 22, 2018
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, looks at sea sample taken...
VILLEFRANCHE-SUR-MER, France
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, looks at sea sample taken...
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, looks at sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea on a coastal research vessel as part of a scientific study about microplastics damaging marine ecosystems, near Villefranche-Sur-Mer, on the French Riviera, France, October 19, 2018. Picture taken October 19, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
FRANCE-POLLUTION/MICROPLASTICS
RTX6FZVU
October 22, 2018
Scientists use a net to collect sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea on a CNRS coastal research...
VILLEFRANCHE-SUR-MER, France
Scientists use a net to collect sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea on a CNRS coastal research...
Scientists use a net to collect sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea on a CNRS coastal research vessel as part of a scientific study about microplastics damaging marine ecosystems, near Villefranche-Sur-Mer, on the French Riviera, France, October 19, 2018. Picture taken October 19, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
FRANCE-POLLUTION/MICROPLASTICS
RTX6FZVT
October 22, 2018
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, looks at sea sample taken...
VILLEFRANCHE-SUR-MER, France
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, looks at sea sample taken...
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, looks at sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea on a coastal research vessel as part of a scientific study about microplastics damaging marine ecosystems, near Villefranche-Sur-Mer, on the French Riviera, France, October 19, 2018. Picture taken October 19, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
FRANCE-POLLUTION/MICROPLASTICS
RTX6FZVL
October 22, 2018
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, uses a net to collect sea...
VILLEFRANCHE-SUR-MER, France
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, uses a net to collect sea...
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, uses a net to collect sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea on a coastal research vessel as part of a scientific study about microplastics damaging marine ecosystems, near Villefranche-Sur-Mer, on the French Riviera, France, October 19, 2018. Picture taken October 19, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
FRANCE-POLLUTION/MICROPLASTICS
RTX6FZVI
October 22, 2018
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics collects sea sample taken from...
VILLEFRANCHE-SUR-MER, France
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics collects sea sample taken from...
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics collects sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea on a coastal research vessel as part of a scientific study about microplastics damaging marine ecosystems, near Villefranche-Sur-Mer, on the French Riviera, France, October 19, 2018. Picture taken October 19, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
FRANCE-POLLUTION/MICROPLASTICS
RTX6FZVE
October 22, 2018
Marie Emmanuelle Kerros Rouger, CNRS assistant engineer, looks at a piece of plastic found among sea...
VILLEFRANCHE-SUR-MER, France
Marie Emmanuelle Kerros Rouger, CNRS assistant engineer, looks at a piece of plastic found among sea...
Marie Emmanuelle Kerros Rouger, CNRS assistant engineer, looks at a piece of plastic found among sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea as part of a scientific study about microplastics damaging marine ecosystems, at the Villefranche Oceanographic Laboratory (LOV), in Villefranche-Sur-Mer on the French Riviera, France, October 19, 2018. Picture taken October 19, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
FRANCE-POLLUTION/MICROPLASTICS
RTX6FZV7
October 22, 2018
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, looks at a piece of plastic...
VILLEFRANCHE-SUR-MER, France
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, looks at a piece of plastic...
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, looks at a piece of plastic found among sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea as part of a scientific study about microplastics damaging marine ecosystems, at the Villefranche Oceanographic Laboratory (LOV), in Villefranche-Sur-Mer on the French Riviera, France, October 19, 2018. Picture taken October 19, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
FRANCE-POLLUTION/MICROPLASTICS
RTX6FZV5
October 22, 2018
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, looks at sea sample taken...
VILLEFRANCHE-SUR-MER, France
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, looks at sea sample taken...
Maria-Luiza Pedrotti, CNRS marine biologist specialized in micro-plastics, looks at sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea on a coastal research vessel as part of a scientific study about microplastics damaging marine ecosystems, near Villefranche-Sur-Mer, on the French Riviera, France, October 19, 2018. Picture taken October 19, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
FRANCE-POLLUTION/MICROPLASTICS
RTX6FZV1
October 22, 2018
A scientist looks at sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea as part of a scientific study about...
VILLEFRANCHE-SUR-MER, France
A scientist looks at sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea as part of a scientific study about...
A scientist looks at sea sample taken from the Mediterraneean Sea as part of a scientific study about microplastics damaging marine ecosystems, at the Villefranche Oceanographic Laboratory (LOV), in Villefranche-Sur-Mer on the French Riviera, France, October 19, 2018. Picture taken October 19, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
HONGKONG-ENVIRONMENT/PLASTIC
RTX5W19T
April 23, 2018
A grey mullet is shown next to microplastic found in Hong Kong waters during a Greenpeace news conference...
Hong Kong, China
A grey mullet is shown next to microplastic found in Hong Kong waters during a Greenpeace news conference...
A grey mullet is shown next to microplastic found in Hong Kong waters during a Greenpeace news conference in Hong Kong, China, April 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HONGKONG-ENVIRONMENT/PLASTIC
RTX5VZ6E
April 23, 2018
Microplastic found in some grey mullet examined by Greenpeace is displayed at a news conference in Hong...
Hong Kong, China
Microplastic found in some grey mullet examined by Greenpeace is displayed at a news conference in Hong...
Microplastic found in some grey mullet examined by Greenpeace is displayed at a news conference in Hong Kong, China, April 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
HONGKONG-ENVIRONMENT/PLASTIC
RTX5VZ6A
April 23, 2018
A grey mullet is shown next to microplastic found in Hong Kong waters during a Greenpeace news conference...
Hong Kong, China
A grey mullet is shown next to microplastic found in Hong Kong waters during a Greenpeace news conference...
A grey mullet is shown next to microplastic found in Hong Kong waters during a Greenpeace news conference in Hong Kong, China, April 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
CLIMATECHANGE-ANTARCTICA/
RTS1OFKZ
March 20, 2018
Greenpeace brought Reuters photo and television journalists along for a segment of the voyage, bringing...
DANCO ISLAND, Antarctica
The Wider Image: Journey to Antarctica: seals, penguins and glacial beauty
Greenpeace brought Reuters photo and television journalists along for a segment of the voyage, bringing them on the Arctic Sunrise from Chile through the rough waters of the Drake Passage, to the Antarctic Peninsula Ð which was brimming with wildlife. Photographer Alexandre Meneghini: "The trip began in Punta Arenas, the capital of Magallanes region, Chile. We had spent three days aboard the Arctic Sunrise, a Greenpeace ship docked in one of the city's harbours, to test our equipment and conduct security drills. I was eager to get to Antarctica. Greenpeace, the global environmental group, organised the journey to raise awareness of, and support for, a European Union proposal to create the biggest protected area on Earth in Antarctica. The plan was to create a safe haven for marine life there from industrial fishing. The strategy involved documenting the effects of climate change, pollution and fishing on native wildlife. Pictures and video footage, specimen samples from the Antarctic seafloor, and surface water sampling for microplastics were all collected by Greenpeace to help build the case for the sanctuary." REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini SEARCH "ANTARCTICA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: CLIMATECHANGE-ANTARCTICA/
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