Plastics are an inescapable part of modern life—used for life-saving medical technology, in transportation and construction, and a host of other applications, plastics make life easier, safer, and better. However the very qualities that make plastic so important—it’s inexpensive, durable, lightweight, and recyclable—ironically contribute to plastic over-use.
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The human addiction to plastic has created a global health crisis for the world’s oceans and the creatures that call it home. The numbers are staggering—300 million TONS of plastic are consumed every year, and once plastic is made, it’s pretty much here to stay.
Palm oil is a top driver of global deforestation that can be found today in a mind-boggling array of goods. Ranging from processed foods like chips and doughnuts to cosmetic products like shampoo, lipstick, and soap, it’s estimated that half of the products on grocery store shelves contain palm oil. Unfortunately, the palm oil industry has an incredibly dark and well-documented history of environmental degradation, human rights abuses, and is pushing several animals to the brink of extinction.