You can do much more than just carrying your own bag when shopping for groceries. We need a change in our consumer behaviour: We need to ditch the disposable, single-use items.
Knowledge is Power. Please share this Infographic:
<a href="https://ecogreenlove.files.wordpress.com/2017/04/04182017_plasticwastefootprint1.png" target="_blank"><img class="wp-image-8788 size-full" title="Plastic Waste Footprint [Infographic] | ecogreenlove" src="https://ecogreenlove.files.wordpress.com/2017/04/04182017_plasticwastefootprint1.png" alt="Plastic Waste Footprint [Infographic] | ecogreenlove" width="760" height="1141" /></a> Source: <a href="http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-39279392" target="_blank">BBC Science & Environment</a><br />Visualized by <a href="http://ecogreenlove.com">ecogreenlove.com</a>
- Huge plastic waste footprint revealed | March 2017
- Plastic Pollution in the World’s Oceans: More than 5 Trillion Plastic Pieces Weighing over 250,000 Tons Afloat at Sea | December 2014
- ‘Extraordinary’ levels of pollutants found in 10km deep Mariana trench | February 2017
💚 Ending plastic waste with big promises? by Irene Banos Ruiz | DW News October 2018
💚 How Ocean Pollution affects humans [Infographic]
💚 How much of the Plastic is actually Recycled? [Infographic]
Go Zero Waste! 💚
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6 thoughts on “Plastic Waste Footprint [Infographic]”
Hey Ecogrenlove, I’ve really enjoyed reading your blog! This infographic is such a great way to tell people about the massive amounts of plastic in the ocean. Statistics like those are terrifying, and make it very clear how desperately we need to change our habits. Plastic Straws Suck is an initiative based in Sydney, Australia that’s encouraging people to stop using plastic straws because they’re so harmful. They’re actually among the top 10 items found on beach clean ups. You can check out my blog if you want to find out more.
You’re doing some great stuff on your blog, keep it up!
I look forward to reading more,
Thank you for passing by and for your feedback. I’ll make sure to visit the Plastic Straws Suck initiative, maybe we can work together since we have the same goals.
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Hello ecogreenlove, I am doing a graphic novel about how others are polluting the earth and your blog has a lot of information thank you!
Thank you for your comment Devon! Let us know when you have it ready to promote it 💚