WWF Reports Plastic Pollution to Double by 2030


By Plastic News


- Published on 08 March, 2019 by Plastic News



Plastic pollution worldwide will double by 2030 unless major changes are made in how plastic waste is managed, according to a new report from the World Wildlife Fund.


The March 5 report, Solving Plastic Pollution Through Accountability, was released a week ahead of a meeting of the United Nations Environment Assembly in Kenya, where the impact of plastics will be debated.


WWF urged governments there to negotiate a global treaty on plastic waste, similar to the Montreal Protocol to protect the ozone layer...


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