What Can We Do?

As a community we should be more aware of what is happening around us. We tend to throw our trash everywhere and I think we need to take into consideration the negative impacts it has on our environment. There are many ways to be involved, to come up with solutions. Participate in community clean ups and also make good use of recycling bins. Marine life is endangered because of the remaining plastics and other unknown trash floating around the ocean. We need to take extra precautions by throwing trash where they belong and stop littering. Wherever you are in the world the smallest action can make a huge difference.

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