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We are UNITED on Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr in oposition to plastic pollution and fossil fuels used in the manufacture of 97% of all plastics.
We share a wonderful TEDx Talk from the UK highlighting a direct route for personal plastic products used; to the sea, via toilet flushing; buds, wipes, cigarette filters and sanitary products into the sea.
We are opposed to plastics on multiple levels related to pollution, energy(in)justice, extinction of biodiversity to #SaveOurOcean and safeguard a future for humanity on this planet. The packaging and #SingleUsePlastic binge only serves to accelerate climate chaos. The main ingredient of such plastics is oil, fracked gas or coal unprofitable to burn. All techniques result in methane leaks and heavy water demand, plus public health, tourism, housing and pollution: all negative impacts.
We would like to share with a collection of tweets (frozen in time); as the main link in this New Year's Thunderclap. Additionally we focus awareness on the toilet route of plastic into the sea, plus the illusion corporations maintain that a packaging and sanitary products binge is good for us.
At a time when all fossil fuels need to be phased out and global warming arrested at #1o5C to survive; it is ecocide that fossil fuel corporations and plastic manufactures are willing to hit the planet's brink of pollution, biodiversity loss, species extinction (including humans) water, air and contamination of all living organisms by employing destructive, obsolete methods purely to return a profit .