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David Suzuki | The massive volumes of plastic we throw away end up in landfills, waterways, and oceans, devastating wildlife and marine health. It breaks down into smaller particles that end up in the food web.
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David Suzuki | The best way to avoid the massive damage that comes with plastics and fossil fuels is to stop using so many. That's why cities and countries worldwide are banning single-use items made from plastic.
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person drinking through plastic straw.
David Suzuki | Ordering your drinks without straws is a small sacrifice but a big step to reducing the amount of plastic we produce and waste.
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whales after a storm
David Suzuki | That we're still discovering new wonders in the oceans is more reason to protect them. In early 2016, about three per cent of oceans had formal protection, up from one per cent five years ago.
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David Suzuki | It's one thing to argue over solutions, but to reject the need for them is suicidal. To claim people can't talk about climate change because they use fossil fuel-derived products is nonsensical.
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Trash Me - Day 4
Redeye Collective | Rob Greenfield put all the trash he accumulated in a month into a specially created plastic suit and walked around New York City wearing it to raise awareness about how much garbage we create.
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Politics With Courage and Life Without Plastic
Daryn Caister | Justin Trudeau is better than Stephen Harper, but is it enough to save us from climate change? Kevin O'Leary is put on notice by hosts, and Clark Barr talks about life without plastic.
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David Suzuki | Microbeads illustrate the excesses of marketing and consumerism, but they're only part of the problem. Most plastics break down into microparticles, often ending up in oceans and other waters.
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David Suzuki | Oceans and the life they support face numerous threats, from climate change to overfishing. Reducing the amount of plastic we dump into them is a challenge we can meet. Let's get on it.
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Debris collected along the shore of McNab's Island in Halifax Harbour, summer of
Erica Butler | We look at why and how we treat the ocean like a garbage dump, how it's affecting us, and what we're doing to clean it up.
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Habitat: Conversations about how we live
Erica Butler | Will a downtown Dartmouth river buried for 40 years see the light of day? And a trip to McNab's Island for the annual cleanup.
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Dan Kellar, [email protected] Radio | Victory over mining in northern BC, Grat Lakes Garbage Patch has been revealed as toxic sludge flows into rivers. Anti-Sludge Warrior Maureen Riley died but the battle goes on! And more!