If plastic pollution continues at the current rate, there will be more plastic than fish in the sea by 2050.
Still in shock after watching #DrowninginPlastic. THIS is the real deal guys. THIS is what WE have let happen. It isn't too late to turn the tide but we need to act now. @lizbonnin you were fantastic and@AmieLusher... well what can I say. You're an inspiration! ??— Rachel Linaker ? (@rachandthesea) October 1, 2018
Holy Shit, this programme was shocking and l admit l have never recycled any plastic or cared about my use of it before tonight, that all changes from tomorrow. Thank you for your hard work and for bringing this to our attention @lizbonnin #DrowningInPlastic— Mick McCool (@MickMcCool) October 1, 2018
Moved to tears so many times by ‘Drowning in plastic’ on BBC One tonight. Following on from the insight brought by ‘Blue Planet 2’ it really is astonishing in the worst, heart breaking way. Make your plastic action pledge. #DrowningInPlastic https://t.co/ytGMcMJcKl— Abby Riddell (@ARPerformer) October 1, 2018
So what can you do now.#DrowingInPlastic— #2minutebeachclean ?? (@2minbeachclean) October 1, 2018
No single use.
Use a canteen.
No take away coffee cups.
Buy a forever cup.
Use a Guppy bag in your machine.
Use a cotton shopping bag.
Say no. Shout loud. Tell them.
Together we can make a difference ??https://t.co/lFBh57zPGq pic.twitter.com/bdKFtx8DEX
#drowninginplastic next steps!— Catherine Gemmell (@cathgem2000) October 1, 2018
1. Right now: follow everyone @lizbonnin mentioned tonight!
2.) Tomorrow - tell everyone about what you saw
3.) This weekend get a reusable cup/bottle/bag
4.) This year make your voice heard on the beach, by the river & in government!#BeTheChange pic.twitter.com/xSydGBgXNZ