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TOKYO - Researchers in Japan have explored levels of airborne microplastics and how these particles can have a negative impact on the climate and adversely impact human health.

A wealth of research has highlighted the pervasive nature of microplastics – plastic particles less than 5 mm often deriving from discarded clothing, textiles and packaging, amongst other things – and the manner in which they’ve infiltrated environments, food supply chains and even human bodies.

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