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A plastic world

We’re swimming in an indestructible ocean, but it’s time for a sea change, says former plastic addict, Sian Sutherland

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My journey began at the Being Human Swedish Wilderness Retreat, above the Arctic circle, in 2015. Sonjia Norman and Frederikke Magnussen were my sled pals and, over reindeer stew, they told me about the film they were involved in – A Plastic Ocean. I was shocked at how little I knew about the matter. I’d never asked what happens to the plastic we use every day, or what effiect it could have on our health. All I knew was that it made my life easier. But, once I started to learn the facts, I realised I had to get involved. As a new trustee of the Plastic Oceans Foundation, I set myself a single goal – to do everything possible to make this vital documentary famous. And, once the film came out in January, I joined forces with Frederikke to create anti-plastic activists far and wide so we could all collaborate to stop using this incredibly useful, but wholly indestructible, material.

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