Plastics: life is not disposable ft. &
by , , , min., ,
In the 90s the accumulation of plastics that was occurring in the seas was discovered for the first time. Since then the consumption of plastic packaging and other products, mostly for single-use and non-recyclable, has grown exponentially. And the seas and oceans have become a universal dumping ground.
There is a social and individual responsibility, and at the same time we can contribute to stop this serious environmental degradation. It affects us all first hand, and now we also know that these plastics are in the fish we eat. We will address all these issues in the Social Forum because life is not disposable.