Richard Chipol They say the A woman cannot survive on yarn alone she also needs a cat shirt Atlantic but I saw it for miles in the Indian ocean, people do not respect where the rubbish goes. Abdullah Alahmad I think we should change our ways of using plastic. The guy who invented plastic bags wanted it to be used several times, not once. We should reuse as much plastic as possible. The product is currently non- disposal. Mohd Noor Rashid They Just throws out at Sea like rubbish bin…peoples living at seashores, tourists @. Visitors at the beach, shipping related industry, fisherman…all sort of peoples all over the world
A woman cannot survive on yarn alone she also needs a cat shirt, hoodie, sweater, ladies-tee, and tank top
Jo Cooper So if scientists have found 21 million tonnes in our oceans, have they removed it or is this just an observation. The world needs to enforce strict rules on waste disposal/littering. We are destroying this planet and maybe the current pandemic is a way of fighting back. Eric Beyer That’s what happens when the woke world farms out their recycling and waste disposal to countries with a less than woke view of pollution to save money. Enzo Verrengia There is nearly eight billion people on this planet. Family planning should be the real issue to be seriously confronted.BBC
Now “it is useless to A woman cannot survive on yarn alone she also needs a cat shirt cry over spilled milk”. Robert Aguiar-Phillips If we’re talking just the Atlantic, I would bet the majority of it is off the coast of South America and Africa. Many affluent countries do very well with recycling and proper disposal of trash. Other places not so much. Julienne Claudius Ruizol ya’ll suck. you only make the move when it is close to too late, you’re so good at filming, you think you can make us see that you care?
no, this video is a soar eye. Andrew Bartlett Right so what we gonna do about it? We spend Billions researching & looking for other planets yet we can’t look after this one. We are definitely buggered…Glenn Dawson, I love the way they come up with the stat 21 million tons, where did they get that from, they may well have said 21 trillion tons, how do they know, if they were there weighing it as it went in why did they not put it into the bag, a load of crap. I am not saying the seas and oceans haven’t got plastic in them, they clearly have.