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Filipinos Tackle Plastic Pollution At Manila's Bay

MANILA, PHILIPPINES - APRIL 14: Children playing on a beach filled with plastic wastes on April 14, 2018 in Manila, Philippines. The Philippines has been ranked third on the list of the world's top-five plastic polluter into the ocean, after China and Indonesia, while reports show that almost half of the global plastic garbage come from developing countries, including Vietnam and Thailand. Sunday marks the 48th iteration of Earth Day, an annual event marked across the world to show support for environmental protection, as organizations aim to dedicate this year's theme towards ending plastic pollution and change people's attitudes and behavior about plastic consumption and the impact it has on the environment. Over a million people have reportedly signed petitions around the world, demanding for corporations to reduce the production of single-use plastics which affects rapidly developing countries as most disposable packaging like food-wrapping, sachets, and shopping bags land up on the coastlines after being discarded. Most of these countries lack the infrastructure to effectively manage their waste and those who live on lower incomes usually rely on cheap products which are sold in single-use sachets such as instant coffee, shampoo, and food seasoning. According to studies, there could be more plastic in the sea than fish by 2050 while actual plastic bits might be in our seafood as fishes consume bits of plastic which are coated in bacteria and algae, mimicking their natural food sources, and eventually lands on our dinner table. (Photo by Jes Aznar/Getty Images)
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