WEF: 90% of plastics polluting the world's oceans come from just 10 rivers
Shocking...but something we guessed already.
One Day, One Planet, One Goal - World Cleanup Day
Encouraging to see so many people turn up to organised events around the world to support this. But is 13 million people really that many when you consider the world population of 7.6 billion and the scale of the task ahead? Yes a big divide between the haves and have nots, and the ability for less developed populations to understand the significance. But even if you take an estimate the 3 billion have the access to information needed to understand the issue that is only 0.4%
Mother Nature Speaks in Hong Kong
Horrific weather in Hong Kong this last weekend with Typhoon Manghut wreaking havoc across the territory. This was a place we called home for 20 years and in that time only experienced one typhoon that came anywhere close to this; but a long way off. The clean up will take weeks, but from this post from Eco Drive Hong Kong you can see that Mother Nature has just spewed our pollution back at us. Hong Kong has a long way to go to earn any real green credentials, and hopefully t