Thirty years of damaging plastics

As follow-up to my recent Wordless Wednesday image, this blog post from blog Where on Earth is Francine uses words to powerfully convey our need to change our dependence on plastic, starting with bottled water. She ends with the quote, “At current rates, plastic is expected to outweigh fish in the oceans by 2050.” A beyond sobering thought.

Having recently enjoyed a 15-day European riverboat cruise, I whittled my photos down to an online album of 184 photos. Over 14 blog posts, I shared photos of glorious castles and cathedrals, and fairytale events. I held on to one photo for a while, but eventually deleted it, deciding that no one really wanted to […]

via Thirty years of damaging plastics — Where on Earth is Francine?

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5 Responses to Thirty years of damaging plastics

  1. Thanks for this, both of you. We have to keep reminding each other, as habits are hard to break.

  2. Thank you, Jane, for sharing my post. I hope that one day seeing someone casually relying on bottled water will elicit a similar response to how most now react to seeing someone smoking while pregnant, or not using seatbelts for children.

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