We take, make, use – and then? Then, from a sheer lack of imagination, we burn our waste. Either that or it ends up in the air, water and our breakfast as microplastics. These particles penetrate cell membranes and damage our health. For plastic and many other substances, right now there is no way back.
Sure, no micro-rubble ends up in our bodies, but the material toxins end up in the air we breathe indoors and in breast milk
– the first thing that nourishes us after birth. All the while, rubble piles up in landfills.
What are we doing here?