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By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst, Nairobi, 5 December 2017

Life in the seas risks irreparable damage from a rising tide of plastic waste, the UN oceans chief has warned.

Lisa Svensson said governments, firms and individual people must act far more quickly to halt plastic pollution.

Source : BBC

December 5, 2017
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