In its report: ‘Toxic tide: the threat of marine plastic pollution in Australia’ published April 2016 by the Senate, every major point that environmental groups raised was assessed. The findings back the call for action on marine plastic with 23 very specific recommendations
With increasing populations using increasing amounts of plastic – a material with a 2% recycling rate – we need to reduce our use of single use plastics in particular. Here are six simple actions that don’t require a lifestyle change.
A monumental first took place this week on the small island of Taveuni, Fiji, and Diveplanit guest blogger and fellow Eco Diver, Alice Forrest, was there to take part and document the event for Diveplanit.