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Before we tell you more, let's take a brief look at what's happening around.


Garbage Island

Lying between California and Hawaii, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is 3 times the size of France and is the world‘s biggest ocean waste repository, with 1.8 billion pieces of floating plastic which kill hundred thousands of marine animals each year.


Landfills are a major ground and surface water polluting source.


They emit toxic gases that impacts human health causing some medical conditions such as asthma, diarrhea, low birth weights, skin irritation and even some cancers .

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Water Shortage

450 million children live in areas of high or extremely high water vulnerability. 


Every day, over 700 children under 5 die from diarrhea linked to inadequate water, sanitation and hygiene.  

Plastic in Food

According to WWF International study,people all over the world could be ingesting 5g of plastic a week; the equivalent of a credit card; mainly through water both bottled and tap.

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Animal Extinction

Extinction is a natural phenomenon, it occurs at a natural “background” rate of about 1 to 5 species per year. Scientists estimate we are now losing species at 1,000 to 10,000 times the “background” rate, with dozens going extinct every day.

Climate Change is happening NOW
Endangering the future of


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