How to realistically reduce plastic pollution in everyday life

How to realistically reduce plastic pollution in everyday life
How to realistically reduce plastic pollution in everyday life
How to realistically reduce plastic pollution in everyday life

Plastic pollution is a serious issue that hurts our planet and costs the lives of millions of animals on land and at sea every year. It’s our responsibility to put an end to the damage plastic is causing on our world, argues EMILY FOLK.

Every year, an estimated eight million tons of plastic ends up in the oceans, and even more ends up littering the natural environment on land.

Plastic is a problem. People have produced around 9.1 billion tons of the stuff since the 1950s – and the vast majority of that still exists in some form.

Every year, an estimated eight million tons of plastic ends up in the oceans and even more ends up littering the natural environment on land.

This plastic pollution doesn’t biodegrade and can release toxins. Wildlife may also ingest it or get caught in it. So what can we do to reduce this pollution in our everyday lives? Read on to find out.

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