When animals eat plastic, it can block their digestive system, causing a long, slow death from starvation.
If tropical trees die earlier, it will affect how much carbon these forests can hold and raises concern over CO2 emissions offsets.
In Dubai alone hundreds of camels are known to have succumbed to plastic pollution.
Once, not that long ago, the Mekong River in Southeast Asia was a formidable waterway, but it has been largely tamed.
Wet rice cultivation is not without grave environmental costs. In fact, it comes with an enormous footprint.
Salmon in the Klamath River in the United States were once abundant. They no longer are.