1. Plastic Pollution: Single-Use Plastics: The Paris Agreement is an agreement within the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) dealing with greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions mitigation, adaptation and finance starting in the year 2020;
  2. Plastic Pollution – Plastic Pellets: Plastic pellets are small granules generally with shape of a cylinder or a disk with a diameter of a few mm. These plastic particles are industrial raw material transported to manufacturing sites where “user plastics” are made by re-melting and molding into the final products. Plastic pellets can be unintentionally released to the environment, both during manufacturing and transport;
  3. Microplastics: Oceans are being used as junkyards for centuries to dump unwanted materials and waste products including plastic wastage; and
  4. Plastic Pollution: The Use of Plastic Drinking Straws:  Plastic pollution is the contamination, effluence or toxic waste in the environment that harmfully affects wildlife, wildlife habitat, or humans.