UN campaign to fight plastic pollution

2018-Mar-8   ::   (0 comments)

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Each year at least 8 million tonnes of plastics leak into the oceans. We need to turn the tide on plastic. UN Environment launched CleanSeas in February 2017, with the aim of engaging governments, the general public, civil society and the private sector in the fight against marine plastic litter.

Over the next five years, they will address the root-cause of marine litter by targeting the production and consumption of non-recoverable and single-use plastic. To do this effectively, they need citizens to be aware, engaged and active in addressing the problem in their own lives and beyond. They are also giving a platform to hundreds of local organizations who are already doing important work on marine litter to highlight their efforts.

By connecting individuals, civil society groups, industry and governments, UN Environment aims to transform habits, practices, standards and policies around the globe to dramatically reduce marine litter and the harm it causes.

Learn more about the campaign.

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