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Taking a stand against plastic litter

Tuesday 4 September 2018 | Published in Environment

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Taking a stand against plastic litter
Papaaroa school children help make plastic fi sh out of old plastic bottles, toward the fi rst instalment in the “Don't Let It Be Real” campaign. 18090305

With up to 13 million tonnes of plastic leaking into the ocean annually, to be ingested by sea life and birds, and then through the food chain, by man, more needs to be done about the problem of plastic litter, says Te Ara Cook Islands Museum of Cultural Enterprise director Stan Wolfgramm.

With up to 13 million tonnes of plastic leaking into the ocean annually, to be ingested by sea life and birds, and then through the food chain, by man, more needs to be done about the problem of plastic litter, says Te Ara Cook Islands Museum of Cultural Enterprise director Stan Wolfgramm.


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