A total of 10,000 metric tons – or 22 million pounds – of plastic is added into the Great Lakes each year, according to a new study by researchers at Rochester Institute of Technology. Lead author, Matthew Hoffman, assistant professor in RIT’s School of Mathematical Sciences, and co-author Eric Hittinger, assistant professor of public policy at RIT, discuss their research in this video.

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