Did you know that every year, the globe generates over 400 million metric tons of plastic waste, of which 10 million tons end up in the ocean? Available data shows that the full amount of plastic that becomes waste in Kenya is approximately 0.5 to 1.3 million tons per year. Although the planet in which we live in is a lovely place with a variety of flora and animals, it is well known that our environment is under danger.
Every year on June 5, the United Nations observes World environment day to promote environmental protection. It serves as the main United Nations environmental outreach day and is supported by a wide range of enterprises, governments, and non-governmental organizations. The day has expanded over the past 50 years to become one of the biggest international forums for environmental advocacy.
Recent years have seen a rise in public awareness of plastic waste and pollution, but it isn’t until you look at the numbers that you fully grasp the scope and complexity of the issue. World Environment Day this year serves as a reminder that what individuals do to reduce plastic pollution matters. Individual decisions can have a significant impact. No matter where you reside, just a few minor adjustments to your daily routine can help cut down on this startling amount of pollution. We can all contribute to lowering this devastating amount of garbage by making environmentally responsible, non-plastic choices.
We must remember how critical protecting our environment is as the globe grows more industrialized and technology develops. At Transolution services we have been using our platform for create awareness, as well as taking part in environmental conservative initiatives, how about you? It’s time to #BeatPlasticPollution, folks. Happy world environment day.
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