Visitors take photos at an interactive section of the ‘Planet or Plastic?’ exhibition highlighting the impact of marine pollution, at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore on September 16, 2020. Photo: EPA-EFE Visitors take photos at an interactive section of the ‘Planet or Plastic?’ exhibition highlighting the impact of marine pollution, at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore on September 16, 2020. Photo: EPA-EFE
Visitors take photos at an interactive section of the ‘Planet or Plastic?’ exhibition highlighting the impact of marine pollution, at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore on September 16, 2020. Photo: EPA-EFE

Letters | How global warming is being made worse by single-use plastics

  • Plastic debris on the ocean surface affects the natural process by which the earth’s climate is regulated
  • Tackling single-use plastic waste problems would address plastic pollution and climate change challenges simultaneously

Topic |   Climate change
Visitors take photos at an interactive section of the ‘Planet or Plastic?’ exhibition highlighting the impact of marine pollution, at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore on September 16, 2020. Photo: EPA-EFE Visitors take photos at an interactive section of the ‘Planet or Plastic?’ exhibition highlighting the impact of marine pollution, at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore on September 16, 2020. Photo: EPA-EFE
Visitors take photos at an interactive section of the ‘Planet or Plastic?’ exhibition highlighting the impact of marine pollution, at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore on September 16, 2020. Photo: EPA-EFE
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