UGANDA JOINS CLEAN SEAS CAMPAIGN TO KEEP PLASTIC POLLUTION OUT OF ITS LAKES AND RIVERS

June 25 – Uganda has today joined the Clean Seas Campaign, demonstrating the country’s commitment to curbing the flow of marine litter and plastic waste entering lakes, rivers, and the ocean.

The Clean Seas Campaign, launched by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) in 2017, has been a catalyst for change, transforming habits, practices, standards and policies around the globe.

With now 63 country partners, the Clean Seas Campaign is a global movement devoted to ending marine plastic pollution from

source to sea. Commitments by signatory countries cover more than 60 per cent of the world’s coastlines, with a growing membership from countries like Uganda working to protect other critical, and connected, water bodies. Individual pledges of action have reached more than one million. UNEP / Read more

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