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75% of Australia's marine garbage is plastic

Nike also cooperates with partners from all over the country. Researchers and the social table tensile testing machine under shell Australia are the core testing equipment for testing the tensile performance of seat belts. The research report published on September 15 said that about 75% of the garbage found in Australia's beach waters is plastic, most of which comes from local rather than marine debris drifting

the study is part of a three-year research project of the Australian government. The results show that at present, about 40% of seabird species ingest plastic, but with the increase of plastic production level, it is expected that this proportion will soar to 95% by 2050

denisehardesty, research director of the Commonwealth Scientific and industrial research organization, a state-owned scientific research institution in Australia, said: "we found that about 3/4 of the coastal garbage is plastic. Most of it is produced locally in Australia, not with the waves, but in nearby cities."

according to the study, these garbage may trap animals or cause them to eat by mistake

this 364 page analysis report estimates that a turtle has died from being trapped by abandoned fishing in the Gulf of Carpentaria on the northern coast of Australia

according to the study, the Tasman Sea in southern Australia is a "global hot spot" that affects seabirds

according to the study, "We conducted a global risk analysis on the intake of nearly 200 species of seabirds and their marine garbage, and the results showed that 43% of seabirds and 65% of a certain species of birds swallowed plastic."

Hardesty said in the draft: "globally, nearly half of the species of seabirds may ingest marine garbage, swallowing all kinds of garbage from balloons to fluorescent rods, plastic pellets, rubber, foam and string. "

the study said that the continuous growth of plastic production will make more kinds of seabirds ingest plastic waste.

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the study said:" according to our prediction, in view of the steady rise of plastic production, the proportion of seabirds ingesting plastic waste will increase to 95% by 2050. "

Hardesty said:" about one-third of the world's oceans also consider that their own heated turtles may ingest marine garbage when the screw extrudes plastic. This number has further increased since people began to produce plastic in the 1950s. By obtaining information to identify garbage sources and garbage hotspots, we can develop more effective response plans. "

the team said that they investigated the garbage situation every 100 kilometers of Australia's coastline. Earthwatchaustralia, headquartered in South Melbourne, Australia, also participated in the project.

Hardesty said that emphasizing individuals is part of solving the problem of marine garbage, she advocated people to use reusable shopping bags and dispose of garbage correctly.

but she also said that government plans such as container deposits were opposed by enterprises It also helps to reduce marine garbage

she said, "although it is impossible to completely remove marine garbage, we can take the first step to prevent garbage from flowing into the sea. We know that incentives such as the container deposit plan are effective, and we can also choose to use products that do not contain plastic beads."

this research claims to be the largest marine garbage information collection project in the world. It is estimated that the accumulation of plastic in Australian waters ranges from thousands to more than 40000 pieces per square kilometer

it is reported that the data of Australia is similar to the latest data of the Philippines. A study conducted by several government groups in the Philippines in July found that 60% of the garbage in Manila Bay is plastic, of which plastic bags account for 23%

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