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Fighting Plastic Pollution

Fighting Plastic Pollution

Update: 2019-09-012
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Sadly, of the 6 billion tonnes of plastic waste produced since the 1950s, can you believe that just 9% has been recycled. Plastics are now found in the oceans’ depths, high up in the mountains, and even in polar regions. There is absolutely no escaping them! The question that we really ought to understand is whether it’s too late to reverse the effects of plastic pollution? So, joining me this week on Food For Thought to share how we can take on one of the biggest threats to nature is David Jones; environmentalist and founder of conservation charity Just One Ocean. It's an episode that reduced me to tears but I'm excited to help support their mission is to raise awareness of the issues facing our marine environments in order to protect and conserve them for future generations. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com and Instagram.com/Rhitrition.

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Aliya Ghaznavi

Happy to see you're bringing this topic to light again. Truly need this to be shared during a time like this.

Sep 10th
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