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9 Tips for Living with Less Plastic

9 Tips for Living with Less Plastic (infographic) (via Less Plastic UK) Make a difference with these 9 simple tips for living with less plastic, avoiding single-use plastic products will reduce your impact on plastic pollution

Is it any wonder that our marine animals are eating #plasticpollution?

Plastic Soup is what remains after sun and waves break down waste. This crap outnumbers plankton by a 2 to 1 ratio. Your sea food is contaminated with the BSP leached from Plastic Soup.

Eco-Friendly Tote Bag: Lets all be part of an environment solution to the…

Eco-Friendly Tote Bag: Lets all be part of an environment solution to the plastic bag pollution. Together we can ditch the plastic bag. * Get a Free cotton

Disturbing poster from the Surfrider Foundation makes the effects of plastics in…

I really like how the Surfrider Foundation have represented the effects of plastics in the ocean. Showing the plastic in sushi which is sea food to represent the ocean I think is a clever and very creative way to grab people's attention.

plastic pollution.  reduce, reuse, reject, recycle

This pie chart highlights the level of paper and cardboard that dominates the level of waste in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. It is plastics, food scraps and yard trimmings that mostly also.

Photographer Captures Waves of Trash in Indonesia.. Waves for days. Trash for…

The picture was taken off the coast of Java in Indonesia and shows Indonesia's most famous surfer Dede Suryana surfing through an enormous trash filled wave. The glides through the wave as bits of debris and trash roll over the top of him.

5 Simple Steps That Make A HUGE Difference For The Environment #refinery29…

Many of the plastics we use every day — from coffee cups to grocery bags, straws to microbeads — end up in an ocean. And it's taking a serious toll.

Did You know? Ten percent of the plastic manufactured worldwide ends up in the…

Ten percent of the plastic manufactured worldwide ends up in the ocean. often times sea turtles and other marine life mistake plastic debris as a delicious jellyfish causing death to more than 100000 of them.