Plastic poisons ocean bacteria that produce 10% of the world's oxygen and prop up the marine food chain

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New research shows that chemicals leached from ocean plastic impair the growth and oxygen production of the planet's most abundant photosynthesiser - endangering marine ecosystems and the climate.
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