How plastic boat is helping the environment

The plastic boat industry has seen an enormous boom in the past decade, with more than half of all plastic used in the global fishing industry now used to make fishing nets and fishing line.

The world’s population of plastic-laced fish, however, is still declining.

Plastic pollution has been blamed for the decline of nearly 1,500 species of fish worldwide.

A new report, released today, shows how plastic pollution has a huge impact on the world’s oceans.

The report by the Pew Charitable Trusts Climate and Environment Institute (PewCharts) looked at the impact of plastic pollution on marine life, and found that plastic fishing nets, which are primarily used in fishing in Asian and Southeast Asian waters, were responsible for more than a third of the global fish biomass in just the past 10 years.

And it is not just fish that are affected.

Plastic waste is also contributing to the depletion of marine life.

It is estimated that 1.3 billion metric tons of plastic were used worldwide in 2014, and that nearly 10 percent of that waste is still being released into the oceans.

But while some plastic fishing lines and fishing gear are made in China, it is often not recycled into other plastic products.

The PewCharts report also found that the global use of plastic in fishing nets is up from about 7 percent in 2010, to more than 10 percent today.

But it is only half of that.

The remainder of plastic used to construct the fishing nets are made domestically in Asia and Southeast Asia.

The environmental impacts of plastic waste are not limited to fishing.

According to the PewChastarts report, the world is also dumping millions of tons of plastics into the ocean each year.

While most of the plastics are recycled, there is also plastic litter, which is used to cover beaches and sidewalks, as well as in construction sites and on landfills.

Plastic fishing nets can cause pollution that can be hazardous to marine life including the health of fish and other marine organisms.

The study found that about 5.3 million metric tons were released into marine life in 2014.

This is equivalent to the entire biomass of a single coral reef.

In addition, the study found a significant increase in plastic pollution in Asian waters in the last decade, up from just under 3 million metric pounds in 2010 to almost 8 million metric lbs in 2014 and a more than 20 percent increase since 2005.

It has been estimated that plastics contribute up to $2.4 trillion annually to the global economy.

As a result, many communities are using their fishing nets to help keep fish stocks healthy.

But the plastic pollution that is harming marine life is far from limited to Asia.

There are currently at least 200,000 metric tons that are still being disposed of each year, and this figure is expected to increase.

In 2014, an estimated 30,000 tons of trash was sent to landfounds in Asia.

This amount of plastic debris is estimated to have the potential to damage nearly 1.5 million acres of land, and contribute to global warming.

The impact of pollution on the marine environment is not limited only to Asia, however.

There is a large amount of plastics floating in the oceans in other parts of the world.

The U.S. Geological Survey estimates that up to 50 percent of all the plastic waste in the world goes to the oceans each year and that this plastic waste has the potential for long-term impacts.

This plastic waste also comes in small particles, which can accumulate in the environment and harm organisms and habitats.

There were estimates that as much as 1.6 billion metric ton of plastic is currently being discarded each year in the U.K., with many of these plastics being recycled.

However, the Pew report found that of the remaining plastic waste, only about 3 percent was recycled.

Of that, only 1 percent was sent back to land.

This recycling rate is only 1.8 percent.

This means that the plastic that is being sent back is being used for other products, such as plastic bottles and plastic packaging.

These other plastics can then be sold or reused.

Plastic is also being used to produce food, and is a major component in many industries that are in the process of becoming more sustainable.

For example, there are some 7,000 million metric tonne plastic bottles in the ocean, which account for about 5 percent of global plastic consumption.

However that same plastic is being thrown away.

The global market for plastic is expected by the 2020s to reach $14.2 trillion.

If we don’t take action now, the planet is going to be in even worse shape than it is now, said Pew Charitie.

“The global market is in a crisis.

It’s going to collapse if we don, in fact, not take action on climate change,” said PewCharter CEO Richard Wengert.

“We need to do what we can to reduce the pollution in our oceans, our oceans are going to need a lot of help.

We’re going to see a lot more pollution from plastic pollution