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Examining the connection between plastic pollution and climate change..

Plastic pollution and its devastating effect on our ocean is finally strongly on our radar but what you might be less aware of is its huge contribution to climate change. It is estimated that around 12 million tonnes of plastic per year enters the ocean and this is killing around 1 million marine animals each year. Poisons are emitted by plastics when broken down or heated, these are ingested by fish and have a detrimental effect on human health as they are entering our food chain but this is not the worst of the problem. Plastic is one of the most persistent pollutants on Earth. We created it to last and it sure does, it never disappears, it just breaks down into smaller and smaller pieces

Two surprisingly similar global emergencies, two very different reactions..

Both Covid 19 and the climate crisis present a huge threat to public health. One is on our doorstep effecting our here and now yet the other is already killing millions of people but we see it as miles away, a less direct threat to our lives and so the two emergencies are handled very differently. Both emergencies corner our most vulnerable first and foremost. Both emergencies require us to listen to the science. Heat waves are causing food and water shortages for some of the poorest economies. The same pollutants that contribute heavily to climate change are also killing millions of people each year. Mosquitos are moving into new areas spreading diseases like malaria and dengue fever. Clima





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