Future of the Environment

Takeaway food boxes are destroying our environment

An employee handles a customer's takeout order at a Panda Express restaurant in Los Angeles, California May 20, 2010. Panda Express, the largest Asian-themed restaurant company in the United States, is accelerating unit growth as a healing U.S. economy drives more diners into its nearly 1,300 quick-service outlets. Picture taken May 20, 2010.    REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)

New measures need to be taken to prevent single use plastics from entering our oceans. Image: REUTERS/Fred Prouser

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