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- Penguin Life
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- 130 g
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How to Give Up Plastic
Simple steps to living consciously on our blue planet82
'We have a responsibility, every one of us' David Attenborough Around 12.7 million tonnes of plastic are entering the ocean every year, killing over 1 million seabirds and 100,000 marine mammals. By 2050 there could be more plastic in the ocean than fish by weight. But how can YOU make a difference? This accessible guide will help you make the small changes that make a big difference, including: * Using a wash bag to catch plastic microfibers * Replacing your regular shampoo with bar shampoo * How to throw a plastic-free birthday party Plastic is not going away without a fight. This is a call to arms - to join forces across the world and end our dependence on plastic. #BreakFreeFromPlastic
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This timely book not only explains how we got into this mess, but most importantly offers an optimistic and proactive approach as to how we can get out of it -- Richard Walker, Managing Director of Iceland If you care about seabirds, turtles, fish, family, friends, planet, this book is for you - a profound, passionate, and practical guide to taking action on plastics. -- Jennifer Ackerman, author of The Genius of Birds It's no small exaggeration to say this book changed the way I think. It is a welcome corrective, a plangent and necessary call to arms. -- Florence Williams, author of The Nature Fix Will McCallum's How to Give Up Plastic is an important step in confronting this huge problem. If everyone took up just one of the changes he suggests the planet would be much healthier. -- Mark Kurlansky, author of Cod and Milk!
Will McCallum is the Head of Oceans at Greenpeace and the spokesperson for their campaign against the use of plastics.