Letting the oceans breathe
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Plastic pollution has been eating our waters because of our irresponsible garbage disposal and lack of waste management. Last May 12, a ‘dead whale’ visited the shores of Naic, Cavite. The giant marine creature was spilling tons of plastic waste from its mouth. Greenpeace Philippines, an environment organization, created this art installation to raise awareness among Filipinos.
Digay, S. (2017, May 16). Letting the oceans breathe. The Philippine Star, p. 6.
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