50 countries are actively targeting plastics. That’s a good start

Kenya has banned plastic bags, the Galapagos will ban single-use plastics, Sri Lanka will ban styrofoam and China is insisting on biodegradable bags. These are some of the recent developments to come out of a UN report, which outlined that fifty nations around the world are now taking action to reduce plastic pollution. It’s a step in the right direction, but far more needs to be done to reduce the vast flow of plastic into rivers and oceans.

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50 countries are actively targeting plastics. That’s a good start

Kenya has banned plastic bags, the Galapagos will ban single-use plastics, Sri Lanka will ban styrofoam and China is insisting on biodegradable bags. These are some of the recent developments to come out of a UN report, which outlined that fifty nations around the world are now taking action to reduce plastic pollution. It’s a step in the right direction, but far more needs to be done to reduce the vast flow of plastic into rivers and oceans.

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