Report: Government could cut marine plastic pollution by two thirds

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New study from Green Alliance calculates that a series of policy measures could build on microbeads ban and slash marine plastic waste

The government could build on its recent ban on microbeads and slash marine plastic pollution by nearly two thirds, according to a new analysis by Green Alliance. The think tank said that five relatively...

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