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The time to collaborate and turn off the taps to pollution is now. Over 400 million tons of plastic are produced every year for use in a wide variety of applications.
At least 14 million tons of plastic end up in the ocean every year, and plastic makes up 80% of all marine debris found from surface waters to deep-sea sediments.
Marine species ingest or are entangled by plastic debris, which causes severe injuries and death.
Plastic pollution threatens food safety and quality, human health, coastal tourism, and contributes to climate change.
There is an urgent need to explore new and existing legally binding agreements to address marine plastic pollution.
UOCEAN 2050 is taking its responsibility and nonprofit helping strengthen communities around the world. We have a Global impact concept that will make The REVOLUTION we need now more than ever. While it's raining microplastics and it's even in breast milk and our blood streams , having effects on mental and physical health. An it's in 75% off commercial caught fish. The effects it's having on our wildlife and environment. With plastic releasing methane and ethylene. And growing concerns of phytoplankton/zooplankton dying rapidly across the globe an estimated 90% and with the increasing temperatures that the ocean can't absorb the atmospheric gases. We need a new agenda Thanks to Brad Ack Ocean visions. Let us not waste more time.
The pollution is a part of the solution to aid the transition to clean and green energy. We can help build infrastructure needed to stop pollution. We are all in this together. One planet One chance.
And with The new Division " Louise König "we can reach our goals . 💚🌎💙🐋🦭🦤🌊
Cleaning up helps

now let's turn off the taps. Including sewage.

  • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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    This emphasizes the urgent need for global collaboration to address the severe issue of plastic pollution, particularly in oceans. It highlights the staggering amounts of plastic produced annually, the devastating impact on marine life, threats to human health, and the connection to climate change. The mention of UOCEAN 2050 and its commitment to strengthening communities worldwide suggests a proactive stance toward addressing the problem. The comment calls for swift action, pointing out the far-reaching consequences of plastic pollution and advocating for a new agenda to transition to clean and green energy. The reference to the "Louise König" division suggests a specific initiative or strategy to achieve the outlined goals. Overall, the comment stresses the critical importance of immediate and collaborative efforts to combat plastic pollution and its broader implications for the environment and humanity.

    • Munene Mugambi

      17 w

      This works very easily, end the demand and supply will shrink. No demand, no supply. Let us change our own habits

      • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

        17 w

        This statement underscores the critical need for collaborative action to combat plastic pollution, emphasizing the alarming figures of plastic production and its devastating impact on marine ecosystems. The urgency to explore binding agreements to address this issue is highlighted, with a specific mention of UOCEAN 2050, a nonprofit organization committed to making a global impact and bringing about a revolutionary change. The connection between plastic pollution and adverse effects on human health, wildlife, and the environment is emphasized, including the concerning presence of microplastics in breast milk and bloodstreams.

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