Local waste management successfully reduces coastal plastic pollution

  title={Local waste management successfully reduces coastal plastic pollution},
  author={Kathryn Willis and Britta Denise Hardesty and Joanna Vince and Chris Wilcox},
  journal={One Earth},
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Local solutions to global pollution
  • Yanhua Chen
  • Environmental Science
    Nature Reviews Earth & Environment
  • 2022
An article in One Earth finds that local management strategies are a main driving factor for reducing coastal plastic pollution in Australia.


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