According to National Geographic, less than 5% of the plastic manufactured each year is recycled globally, with the production of the material set to increase by 3.8% every year until 2030, adding to the 6.3 billion tonnes churned out since production began 60 years ago. Most of this plastic ends up in our oceans, becoming a disruption for marine ecosystems, and researchers say it would take a minimum of 450 years for it to biodegrade, if ever. So what are we doing in this regard, to help make things better?
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