It's World Oceans Day and the focus is on plastic pollution

Plastic pollution like discarded bottles along the the Mediterranean coast have turned the sea into one of the world's worst affected bodies of water

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said at the June 9 event's closing news conference that five of the seven members of the bloc agreed on a so-called "plastic charter" on ocean pollution, with the United States and Japan not signing. It can be achieved through exhorting people to join various ventures that work towards a clean and green planet.

Watch out for further details of #BeatPlasticPollution campaigns over the coming weeks. Research from the Ocean Project shows that pollution, especially plastics pollution, is already widely accepted as a big problem that we need to and can address.”.

Other dignitaries on hand for the G7 meeting, in Charlevoix, Quebec, spoke about plastics pollution.

The EU has led the way in introducing legislation which restricts the use of non-biodegradable plastics, sets clear recycling targets, and encourages innovation at the design stage to transform the role plastics play in our everyday lives.

If you're not sure where to begin, try the World Oceans Day website, which includes a calendar of events and celebrations aligned with World Oceans Day and a comprehensive resource page full of information, inspiration and how-tos. More than 14 million tonnes of plastic is dumped into oceans every year. "Reuse or refuse" is the answer. So, giving up a plastic straw, stirrer or bag might not be so bad after all.

Use stainless steel, ceramic, or glass water bottles instead of plastic.

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"And that is why I am here today".

I welcome your decision to bring a focus on oceans. Bring your own cloth bags to the supermarket. If recycled, plastic can be put to many uses. Oceans connect all of us, linking people and nations in cultural ties, and they are essential for sharing goods and services across the world. Then, with rising sea levels, we can expect more and more storm surges to move inland, among other problems. "It will take time".

"We want 100 percent recyclable plastics by 2030, because the ocean between the continents is now full of plastic", he said. The motto should be 'you be the change, so that the next generation will follow you.' That is what the authorities of St Teresa's College, Ernakulam, try to do. Hinting at the challenges it faces in achieving this goal, the statement went on to say, "The medicines, self-care medical devices and food supplements sectors are highly regulated and the use of plastics in packaging and manufacturing is driven by the need to offer safe and effective products to patients and consumers". Many representatives of Member Countries of the Bank applauded this initiative. They are all hopeful.

Asia's most popular English Premier League club is aiming to even the score against plastic pollution with its new uniform, each of which is made out of 28 plastic bottles collected from beaches.

Be conscious about how much energy you're using.

The importance of our oceans to every single living being on our planet can not be overstated.

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