GP0STR57N Plastic-spitting Dragon Protests at Our Oceans Conference in Malta Greenpeace protests with a plastic-spitting dragon in front of the 'Our Oceans 2017' conference-building in Malta. The four-meter high dragon spits single-use plastic to present a new way of exposing plastic pollution offenders as a part of the Break Free From Plastic movement. Greenpeace demands of targeted culprits such as Nestlé, Unilever, Procter & Gamble, Coca Cola etc to stop producing single-use plastics.

As in a chapter of Game of Thrones, this morning Malta has awakened with a dragon in its streets.

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Image from Greenpeace UK

Sometimes it can feel that as individuals it’s hard to make a difference.

Underwater image of a turtle with plastic on his head.

We know our oceans and coastlines are choking on plastic.

Plastic disposable items are displayed on a beach and the word ‘Trash’ is spelt out from the rubbish. This is part of the Ocean Defenders Campaign in which the Greenpeace ship Esperanza MV sails to the Pacific Ocean, sometimes referred to as the North Pacific garbage patch, to document the threat that plastic poses to the environment and sea life.

We’ve all seen the headlines about the huge environmental problems caused by single-use plastics.

Greenpeace and local citizens protest at the White House against the Waste Technologies Incinerator.

February 24, 2017, Quezon City — Environmental groups in the Philippines warn that proposed plast

Floating plastic trash in Hua Lamphong canal behind Klong toey community, Bangkok, Thailand.

Manila, 20 January 2017— Greenpeace called on ASEAN governments to advance oceans protection ahea