In the wake of perpetual natural disasters, can we keep our heads covered in the sand over contamination and environmental change issues? And even if we do lift our heads momentarily will we feel too overpowered to make a move?
The fact is that we cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today.
Scientists have been telling us for years about animals around the world suffocating from plastic bags in our seas and about marine life ingesting residual microplastics that ultimately travel up the food chain into our own anatomies and that of our children. But still, people close their eyes to these facts and refuse to take the responsibility for this global problem that humans alone have created.
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By refusing disposable plastic we can reduce the amount of toxic plastic waste that slowly destroys our planet and improve the health of the oceans and the environment around us including human health and animal health. It is not too late. If we start now by doing little things, changes can happen.
But, first of all, let us educate ourselves about the overwhelming facts about plastic pollution.
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The problem is that people are not really aware that plastic is not disposable. Once they become aware of the ultimate threat to human health, it will become a personal choice to prevent plastic waste from entering the environment.
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