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Over 200 nations commit to ending ocean plastic waste

Over 200 countries just signed a United Nations resolution in Nairobi, Kenya to eliminate plastic waste in the world's oceans. The resolution is an important step towards establishing a legally binding treaty that would deal with the plastic pollution problem afflicting the world's oceans. According to the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), there will be more plastic by weight in the world's oceans than fish by 2050 if current trends continue.
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