‘No to plastic’ movement launched
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“Plastic pollution is a serious threat not only to marine life but to human life as well. Plastics don’t completely degenerate and just break down into small pieces—microplastics—which are ingested by the fish that we eat. The possibility of plastics ending up on dinner plates is a serious concern and a health hazard,” said WWF-Philippines president and chief executive Joel Palma. Initiated by WWF-Philippines’ Next Generation Council, #AyokoNgPlastik’s goal is to raise awareness and encourage individuals to live more consciously and for businesses to operate more sustainably.
‘No to plastic’ movement launched. (2018, October 23). Manila Standard, p. C2.
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