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Rebrand Roundup: Ross Kemp's trash island, alcoholic coffee and other stories

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LadBible/The Plastic Oceans Foundation – Trash Isles

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Environmental charity The Plastic Oceans Foundation has launched a campaign to tackle a country-sized problem currently facing our planet: an area of trash equivalent to the size of France floating in the North Pacific Ocean. As it stands, eight million tonnes of rubbish end up in the world’s oceans every year, polluting our waters and killing large numbers of marine wildlife in the process, according to the foundation. Launched in collaboration with digital media brand LadBible, the aim of the campaign is

 

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