A worker cleans up piles of debris and plastic waste brought in by strong waves at Kuta Beach in Bali, Indonesia, on December 10, 2021.  Photo: EPA-EFE
A worker cleans up piles of debris and plastic waste brought in by strong waves at Kuta Beach in Bali, Indonesia, on December 10, 2021. Photo: EPA-EFE
James Rose
Opinion

Opinion

James Rose

Covid-19’s collateral damage: plastic pollution in our oceans

  • Faced with a future of more plastic in the oceans than fish, a possibility heightened by the waste generated as a pandemic by-product, consumers, investors and advocates must push for a ban on single-use plastic

A worker cleans up piles of debris and plastic waste brought in by strong waves at Kuta Beach in Bali, Indonesia, on December 10, 2021.  Photo: EPA-EFE
A worker cleans up piles of debris and plastic waste brought in by strong waves at Kuta Beach in Bali, Indonesia, on December 10, 2021. Photo: EPA-EFE
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