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    Default The biggest threat to our planet today?

    Plastic. We've got to stop using it pronto. Go biodegradable. Demand shops do it. What's the alternative?

    "Plastic pollution risks 'near permanent contamination of natural environment'"

    https://www.theguardian.com/environm...al-environment



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    quite frightening the rubbish on a little stretch of beach near me. Rubbish has always been a bug bear to me, whether it's people dropping litter feet from a bin or those idiots who sling their dog poo bags up a tree
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    a few plastic players players need to be removed from the pitch as well

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    We are destroying this planet, slowly but surely.
    He'll regret it till his dying day, if ever he lives that long

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    That'll be the next thing the government sting us for.

    A plastic tax, you watch.

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    People.
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    No idea why anyone is worried, Trump has already told us everything will be ok :P

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    Organic tampons!
    Just watched a segment on morning news that states the plastic in tampons is also adding to the problem and that women should consider organic tampons.
    I knew it was women's fault that all this c rap is turning up on the beaches.
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    Agree Hubs.

    I'm an avid scuba diver and have traveled the world for my hobby. It's actually pretty disgusting to see how badly man has damaged the seas just in the shallow waters that I dive in. I hate to think how much plastic and other non-biodegradable material is sitting at the bottom.

    Unfortunately I don't see a fix for this problem. With so much of the worlds population unaware or not bothered about the extent of the damage mankind is doing to the planet, it will always be a losing battle in my opinion!
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