Plastic pollution is huge problem for the world's oceans, with an estimated 8 million tonnes of Plastic Waste entering the global marine environment each year, and posing a serious threat to wildlife.
Many of us though, only really see its effects from afar, but an Australian artwork is aiming to bring the problem a little closer to our lives.
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Wasteland is an installation of 2,255 orange spheres made from 120 kilograms (264 lbs) of ocean debris collected from the Great Barrier Reef, hung from the ceiling of Sydney's Customs House. Read more...More about Art, Plastic Pollution, Climate Environment, Culture, and Climate Environment
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