Stop Plastic Pollution | WWF Kenya

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Stop Plastic Pollution

If we want to leave our future generations with a truly sustainable world, we must find a way to develop and coexist with forests, rivers and oceans and ensure they are teeming with life, not plastic.

WHY DOES IT MATTER?

Many fish humans consume, including brown trout, cisco, and perch, have at one time or another, ingested plastic microfibers.

WHAT IS WWF- KENYA DOING?

Working with the plastic warriors in coastal Kenya alongside the four county governments of Mombasa, Kwale, Kilifi and Lamu and a number of stakeholders within the plastic value chain, WWF-Kenya in partnership with DANIDA through the WWF Denmark office is in the process of implementing a 10-15 years project to demonstrate and expand an inclusive business model for recycled plastic waste in Kenya, where women, men and youth have the skills, knowledge and technology to turn the plastic pollution into profit-generating activities and decent and dignifying jobs.

WHAT CAN YOU DO?

Let’s stop plastics choking our oceans – and harming people and nature! We urgently need a global legally binding agreement that involves every country in ending this crisis by 2030.