|Monday morning environment joy.... on 08:09 - Mar 18 with 194 views||hampstead_blue|
I think I saw it on the BBC but that part of the world has no controls over dumping plastic in rivers.
Some of the images are shocking.
Is there a Supranational body which can deal with this?
Can the United Nations and/or Commonwealth have some type of ban on dumping?
|Monday morning environment joy.... on 10:37 - Mar 18 with 159 views||GeoffSentence|
They seem very efficient at hoovering this sort of cr@p up.
They are also quite bright and the japanese like to eat them.
Breed and train a load of them to hoover up the plastic, when they die let the japanese use them for sushi so long as they dispose of the collected plastic responsibly and stop hunting wild ones.
Think outside of the box, people.
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