Photography: Fabrice Monteiro

‘In 2020, an estimated 24 million to 34 million tonnes of plastic waste will enter the world’s lakes, rivers and oceans. That is roughly the weight of 21,000 rail locomotives.
And if trends continue without improvements in the way we manage plastic waste, we could be spewing as much as 90 million tonnes of plastic waste into the world’s waters by 2030.
Recycling? The reality is that we’re “wishcycling.” In fact, less than 10 per cent of plastics are recycled.’

— Stephanie B. Borelle

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