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  • Writer's pictureThe Circulate Initiative

Spearheading the fight against plastic pollution on World Water Day

The Star

As the research on microplastics and human health advances, it becomes increasingly crucial to understand the implications and harmful effects microplastics may have on our well-being.

Recent research developments show potential risks associated with microplastic exposure. As highlighted by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in one blog post titled Microplastics On Human Health: How Much Do They Harm Us? from June last year, current evidence suggests that humans are constantly exposed to microplastics through various sources.


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