Nyong’o calls for absolute ban of plastic to safeguard ocean resources

While making his contribution at a climate change event on the margins of the Sustainable Blue Economy Conference on Tuesday, Nyong’o said banning the use of plastic in totality will ensure the environment is protected from the harmful effects of the non-degradable pollutants.

~ Capital News

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