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Exotic paradise of plastics

Posted by Maria Cristina Chiulli on

In recent days, monsoon rains and winds blowing from west to east have brought huge amounts of marine plastic waste to Indonesia's main beaches. In the last decade, the phenomenon has seen a sharp deterioration, due to the steady increase in the amount of plastic produced in the world and plastic waste dispersed into the environment. If in the '60s 15 million tons of this material were produced, today more than 300 million tons are produced per year, of which more than 8 million are dispersed in the oceans of the globe. The estimate, according to WWF, is that in the world's oceans there are over 150 million tons of plastic.

We MUST reduce the amount of plastics we use and throw away every day.

Use your own reusable shoppers and say no to plastic bags, eat and drink with your own reusable cutlery, plates, cups and glasses, and say no to plastic straws!
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