Marine litter comes in all shapes and sizes. But it may be the smallest particles, invisible to the naked eye, that threaten aquatic life and humans the most.
The Pacific Northwest Consortium on Plastics is dedicated to conducting reliable, science-based research to uncover the risks associated with micro and nanoplastic particles to aquatic life. This research is critical to informing risk management decisions regarding the protection of our environment and essential fisheries and aquaculture commodities. Visit our website for more information.
PLASTICAST is a media project within the PNW Consortium on Plastics. Hosted by John Dickens, M.S. student at Oregon State University, PLASTICAST is an episodic series featuring scientists, legislators, and all interested stakeholders on the latest in plastic pollution research and policy.
The resource pages on our website are updated frequently as our team finds and creates helpful content related to plastic pollution, to help educate people in the Pacific Northwest and the world about plastics and their impact on our bodies, environment, and more. These materials include videos, infographics, websites, and more! Check them all out at Resources pages.