Earth Day 2018: A few things you should know about this day

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Earth Day 2018 is dedicated to providing the information and inspiration needed to fundamentally change human attitude and behavior about plastics.

According to him, plastic pollution is now an ever-present challenge. It shows a crocodile coming out from a small water body and the words Stop Pollution are carved out in the sand.

The Caribbean Alliance for Sustainable Tourism (CAST), CHTA's nonprofit affiliate, continues to offer tourism enterprises and communities sustainability resources and share best practices to end the irresponsible dumping of plastics across the Caribbean.

The motive behind the theme is to curb the plastic pollution and an individual should keep a check how much plastic they are using annually.

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It added, "From poisoning and injuring marine life to the ubiquitous presence of plastics in our food to disrupting human hormones and causing major life-threatening diseases and early puberty, the exponential growth of plastics is threatening our planet's survival". People are asked to reduce the amount of plastic used by each person annually. "In all the frozen cosmos we know of no other place like this".

"Now a global event each year, we believe that more than 1 billion people in 192 countries now take part in what is the largest civic-focused day of action in the world". By sharing these successes we hope to encourage and inspire more business to find plastic-free solutions. Governments and corporations should also take necessary steps to tackle plastic pollution.

Gaylord Nelson, a Democratic senator and native of Wisconsin, gets the credit for organising the first-ever Earth Day in 1970 when environmental protection was still not ensured by law.

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