This is another post inspired by my recent trip to Morocco , though this is one I rather not be writing...
I was striked on some of my beach walks by the amount of plastic washed up. Yes, we know that plastic pollution in the ocean is a problem, but we seldom see it first eye on our beaches that are often cleaned up (and one may wonder where does it all end up?perhaps back in the sea to begin the cycle again? Or reduced into smaller particles with all of its associated problems...). In Morocco the problem is evident , right there, in front of everyone eyes.
Some other reasons, beach cleaning aside, may be the cause of these plastic beaches:
So, think again of the impact you may have with your plastic consumption - we may have created political borders but the environment doesn’t know about them! And always be critical when you travel, try to adapt and live like a local instead of finding produces that you will get at home, you might find it enhances the cultural values of your trip (yes I bought some buttermilk from a street vendor/local farmer and I am still alive).
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