The ‘P’ Word: Plastic Pollution on Britain’s Beaches

Tweet Plastic pollution is a growing issue in the oceans that make up most of our planet’s surface. According to environmental charity Surfers Against Sewage, plastic consistently makes up for 60% to 90% of all marine debris studied, hinting that many of Britain’s picturesque beaches could be affected by this pollution of our seas. Just how big of a problem is it, though, and what can we do to help fight against it?

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How Emily Penn got to founding Ocean Plastics

Tweet Emily Penn is an international public speaker and advisor on issues relating to our oceans. She has worked with Sky TV as an ambassador, has shared her research with Prince Charles at the Waste to Wealth Summit in 2018 and travels the world each year with a group of women to study and find solutions for the worsening problem of plastic in our waters. Penn started her journey in 2008 when she was on her way to take up her first job after University. She didn’t want to travel by…

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