Most of us use plastic items everyday but the majority of this ends up in our rivers and oceans, affecting wildlife and humans alike. According to the Ocean Conservancy, by 2050 there could be more plastic in the oceans than there are fish.

The complexity, scale and urgency of the plastics challenge means this is a problem we must tackle together.

Use our calculator to find out your on-the-go plastic footprint and how to reduce it. On-the-go plastic is the plastic you use out of the house.

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