You'd Like Fish? Sorry We Only Have Plastic
Plastic pollution in the oceans has reached a stage where microplastics - pieces smaller than 5mm - now outnumber stars in our galaxy, according to UN secretary general António Guterres.
And by 2050, he says, if present trends continue, there will be more plastic in the world's oceans than fish.
Ocean litter has a huge impact on wildlife.
The ban of plastic bags has come to effect in Kenya. Even as some Kenyans complain about the high cost of the transition as the reality of the ban hits home. Kenya is not the first ... Read more »
The government will soon ban the use of polythene materials which is used to make plastic bags and plastic bottles, however there are concerns at potential job losses in the ... Read more »
The National Environment Management Authority had given plastic bottle manufacturers until April 31 to install collection points across the country. Negotiations are instead ... Read more »
Environment Minister Vincent Biruta has said the continued use of some "avoidable plastic products" such as straws and disposable cutlery, remains a threat in the fight against ... Read more »
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