Beach invasion - Otter Rock, Oregon - Plastic is as ubiquitous as sand. This was from about a year before the Japanese Tsunami. It's the normal everyday state of the ocean not even the aftermath of a catastrophe | Photo by Jason Karn on Flickr |
Plastic bag bans: Infographic shows how different regions stack up - Worldwide, we use more than 1 trillion plastic bags every year. Though many areas have worked to ban them, certain industries are against it, as are change-resistant consumers. This global survey shows you the trends.
use a cloth bag ..instead of plastic and use it again and again when you go shopping.
Marine Pollution is 60 to 80% plastic. Say no to plastic bags! Pledge to stop using plastic bags www.seathos.org/...
.@IrinaGreenVoice: This Is How Your Plastic Bag Ends Up In Massive Ocean Garbage Patches huff.to/1iGc7Mz pic.twitter.com/bR0lm7xwXc
Via Greenpeace. Truth never hurts, vanity and selfishness does.
The reason to get a reusable shopping bag (ow.ly/e0LZi)? The lifecycle of a plastic one...
Plastic Trash in the Ocean as Far as One Can See: Feds Want to Survey, Possibly Clean Up Vast Garbage Pit in Pacific JUSTIN BERTON / San Francisco Chronicle 30oct2007