These are eye opening.
An environmental disaster looms for remote East Arnhem Land, in the Northern Territory, as tonnes of waste wash up on its shores.
A photographers image of a duck with a plastic cap caught around its neck is a symbol of the current plastic pollution crisis in Australia.
A 15-year-old girl has started a petition to ban plastic bags in New South Wales and is 1500 signatures away from having it debated in the NSW parliament.
Plastic waste in the ocean is a global problem; some eight million metric tonnes of plastic ends up in the ocean every year.
A baby dolphin has been sighted near Cairns with marine debris wrapped around its neck.
How one brewery is hoping to save marine life with a game-changing invention, just in time for World Turtle Day.
About 40 per cent of the rubbish collected during last years’ Clean Up Australia Day was plastic – a total of 6400 tonnes. It has adverse impacts on the environment, our health and our society, but there are a number of things you can do to reduce your usage. And you don’t have to completely avoid it either – just make sustainable choices, opting for reusable plastic products.