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Days for plastic might be numbered

Danny Ruspandini - Impact Labs Australia
Danny R.

Just an awesome FYI for you today.

175 nations at the UN Environment Assembly in Nairobi unanimously agreed to draft an international, legally binding agreement to end plastic pollution by 2024.

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Notable quotes:

“The rate of plastic production has grown faster than any other material and is expected to double within two decades.”

“The amount of plastic trash entering the oceans is forecast to triple by 2040.”

"This is the most significant environmental multilateral deal since the Paris accord. It is an insurance policy for this generation and future ones, so they may live with plastic and not be doomed by it.”

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