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Why is there plastic in Arctic snow? – BBC News

A team of German-Swiss researchers has found that microscopic particles of plastic are falling out of the sky with snow in the Arctic.
Researchers collected snow samples from the Svalbard islands using a low-tech method – a dessert spoon and a flask. They found more than 10,000 of them per litre of melted snow.
The BBC’s environment analyst Roger Harrabin has been looking in to what causes it.

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