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Most of plastic packaging is not recycled.
Organizations and public administrations have an important role to play in reducing the consumption of plastics on a local scale, from public procurement to the promotion of infrastructures for local consumption.
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Plastic is increasingly invading more and more parts of our daily lives, especially in the packaging of all grocery stores.
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Growing awareness on this issue must become a turning point that allows us to effectively materialize a reduction in single-use plastics. Now, more than ever before, we need all social and economic agents to act responsibly to deal with this plastic pandemic.

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Turtle tangled in a plastic bag. Green Peace.

A European law is going to ban single-use plastics with the aim to have 55% of recycled or reusable packing by 2030.

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Colorful plastic straws on a glass container. Photo: Pexels

Global movements around the world strive to educate the public about the consequences of single use plastic, highlighting its effects on our health, our environment and our oceans.

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