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Microplastics are in the air we breathe and in Earth’s atmosphere, and they affect the climate

By Laura Revell, Senior Lecturer in Environmental Physics, University of Canterbury
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After soil, water and food, microplastics have now entered the atmosphere, where they influence the climate system and may even change atmospheric chemistry.

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