Kullandığımız Plastiklerin Canlılara Nasıl Zarar Verdiğini Gösteren 15 Acı Kare

İnsanlık her yıl yaklaşık 300 milyon ton plastik üretiyor ve bunun yarısı sadece bir kez kullanılıyor (poşet ve ambalajlar gibi). Sadece% 10’u geri dönüşümlü ve geri kalanı çöp toplama, denizlere ve nehirlere gidiyor. Denize attığınız bir küçük su şişesinin etiketinin neler yapabileceğini gördüğünüzde çok şaşıracaksınız.

#1 Son 10 yılda, 20. yüzyılın tamamında olduğundan daha fazla plastik ürettik.

#2 Bir albatros plastik yüzünden öldü.

Laysan Albatrosses' Plastic Problem... Many birds accidentally eat plastic and other marine debris floating in the ocean, mistaking it for food #earth #plasticpollution

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#3 Bu genç kaplumbağa bir parça plastikte sıkışmış.

#4 Ve bu zavallı kaplumbağa plastik bir kovaya sıkışmış.

There is no away.. • This poor Hawksbill Turtle has been stuck in the remnants of this plastic bucket for several years, the bucket deforming its shell and likely creating health issues for the rest of its life. • Globally, Hawksbill turtles are critically endangered due to poaching for its meat and shell (where tortoiseshell comes from), becoming bycatch during IUU and legal fishing ops, plastic pollution and government shark control programs. • I can only hope this poor animal receives the help it needs. Please reduce your plastic use and refuse single use plastics. 📷: Unknown - Posted from FB. #turtle #turtles #nature #wildlife #ocean #marinelife #reducereuse #refusesingleuse #noexcuseforsingleuse #plasticpollution #plastic #bucket #trashfreeearth #oneoceanglobal #oneoceandiving #seashepherdmarinedebristeam #tangaroablue #photooftheday #igers #instadaily #follow

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#5 Kaplumbağaların zor durumu…

#6 Bu leylek plastik bir torbaya dolanmış.

#7 Bir ördek plastik parçasına sıkışmış.

#11 Microplastikler yakaladığımız ve sonra yiyeceğimiz balıkların içine girer.

#13 Filipinler’deki plajlardan biri

AMAZING post from @saltsandandsmoothies 🌿💚 "This is Bali. This is the Philippines. This is Asia. This is Indonesia. This is Hawaii. This is the real sh*t that you don’t see on your newsfeed. This is the beach right outside the popular tourist destination you and your friends have had on your bucket list for years. This is the beach right next to the famous surf break you’ve always dreamed of paddling out at. This is the beach around the corner from the cute hipster cafe that sells those fancy açaí bowls you’ve always wanted to try. This is the beach directly below the beautiful infinity pool you’ve always wanted to take a photo in. This is the beach our children will grow up on. This is the beach I’ll grow up on. This is the beach today. This is merely a minuscule fraction of the devastation. If you gain anything from this page or my content on social media, please let it be this - Collectively, we must make a change. Immediately. The most effective way to do this, is to change the way you live first. No one is perfect. I am not perfect. But we can strive to improve our actions each day. Swipe through to see more. I cried while walking down this beach yesterday capturing these photos. I wish each one of you could walked along side me. Travel the world. And then change it for the better. Go with love. Go with motivation." ———————————————— Want to win 2 free tickets? 🎫🎫 Tag the friend you want to bring and fill out our 2 minute questionnaire [DM us ‘YES’ and we’ll send you the link] 📣 Winners Announced Earth Day, April 22nd 💚🌏 . . . . . #noplanetb #noplanetb🌍#noplanetbfest #zerowastelifestyle #plasticfreeforthesea #packagefree #wastefree #minimalwaste #eastlondonstyle #nowastewater #supportbritishbusiness #plasticfreeliving #lifestylehacks #ecoconsious #ecohome #greenlifestyle #greenlivinggoddess #oneplanetonefuture #oneplanetonefuture #goingzerowaste #lowwaste #0waste #sustainablelivingcommunity #sustainably #sustainableluxury #ecopads #reuse #slowlifestyle #watersolutions #saveoursea

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#14 Suda böyle yüzmeyi ister misiniz?

#16 İngiliz dalgıç, Bali sahiline yakın bir plastik atık denizinde yüzerken şok edici bir video çekti.

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