National Geographic uses cool art to promote its ‘Planet or Plastic?’ 2019 calendar.
Each of us use 53 kilograms of plastic per year, generating a collective total of more than 300 million tonnes of plastic waste.
Sperm whale is found dead in Indonesia, with 115 plastic drinking cups and two sandals in stomach.
Two people are heading for the South Pole in a vehicle made of plastic waste, powered by the sun.
Scientists found the presence of microplastics from different plastic types in our stools, across the globe.
The amount of plastic washing up onto the shores of remote South Atlantic islands is 10 times greater than it was a decade ago.
The United Plastic Nation (UPN), an ever-growing structure, floating through the ocean currents, slowly turning circles around the globe.
The Ocean Cleanup Project the ambitious venture to clean up plastic waste from the ocean, is completed and is ready for tests.
Take a look at these very interesting charts, facts, about plastics.
Plastic Pollution: How humans are turning the world into plastic. Modern life would be impossible without plastic – but we have long since lost control