There is plastic everywhere - 25 peer reviewed sources

  1. Single-use plastic packaging in the Canadian food industry: Consumer behavior and perception
  2. Plastic pollution: An ocean emergency(pdf)
  3. The fate of plastic in the ocean environment–a minireview
  4. Why is the global governance of plastic failing the oceans
  5. Bottles, bags, ropes and toothbrushes: the struggle to track ocean plastics
  6. Plastic debris in the ocean(pdf)
  7. Abundance of floating plastic particles is increasing in the Western North Atlantic Ocean
  8. Plastic particles in coastal pelagic ecosystems of the Northeast Pacific ocean
  9. Plastic pollution in the Arctic
  10. Human footprint in the abyss: 30 year records of deep-sea plastic debris
  11. Reaching New Heights in Plastic Pollution—Preliminary Findings of Microplastics on Mount Everest
  12. Accumulation of wind-dispersed trash in desert environments
  13. Riverine plastic emission from Jakarta into the ocean
  14. Beyond the ocean: contamination of freshwater ecosystems with (micro-) plastic particles
  15. The United States’ contribution of plastic waste to land and ocean
  16. Recycling of European plastic is a pathway for plastic debris in the ocean
  17. River plastic emissions to the world’s oceans
  18. Are We “Digging Our Own Grave” Under the Oceans?
  19. Plastic pollution in the world's oceans: more than 5 trillion plastic pieces weighing over 250,000 tons afloat at sea
  20. Why we need an international agreement on marine plastic pollution
  21. Turning ocean garbage into products – Consumers’ evaluations of products made of recycled ocean plastic
  22. Impact of plastic bags usage in food commodities: an irreversible loss to environment
  23. Plastic Pollution and Its Impact on Aquatic Fauna    
  24. Plastics, plastics everywhere(pdf)
  25. Plastic ingestion by Arctic fauna: A review