Why the plastic wall is destroying the planet

Plastic walls are becoming the new normal in many parts of the world.

While they may not be the most environmentally friendly way to protect against the spread of climate change, they are an important part of the global supply chain.

And that means the plastic that is used in the plastic walls is killing us.

It’s a new era in the history of plastics and plastic packaging.

The plastic that we use to make everything from plastic bottles to plastic bags is a natural material that has existed for tens of millions of years.

It was created by bacteria that have adapted to living in a high-temperature environment.

Plastic materials like polystyrene, which are commonly used in plastic packaging, are made by breaking apart individual strands of carbon nanotubes.

They are used to make plastic bottles and containers, which make up a significant part of our environment.

A study conducted by the Center for Biological Diversity found that the global plastics supply chain is a $1.5 trillion industry.

This means the production of plastic in the United States alone costs the economy $3.7 trillion.

Plastic packaging is a key part of that supply chain, but it’s also one of the most expensive.

For the last 30 years, plastic packaging has been the most wasteful way to produce plastics, contributing more than $5 billion to the global plastic waste problem.

That figure includes all the plastic packaging that’s thrown away every year, plus all the materials used in its production.

It means plastic packaging wastes are equivalent to about half the world’s annual greenhouse gas emissions.

A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences finds that plastic packaging contributes to the destruction of the earth’s atmosphere by 40 percent and its oceans by 30 percent.

Plastic waste is also the single biggest contributor to ocean acidification.

Plastic debris has been linked to a wide range of pollution, including pollution from agricultural runoff, industrial waste, sewage, and landfills.

This is a global problem that has serious implications for the entire global economy.

The plastics industry is currently responsible for nearly 80 percent of the plastic waste in the world, according to the Center.

The Center for Environmental Integrity’s (CEI) report, The Plastic Wars: Plastic and the Collapse of the World’s Economy, shows that the plastics industry contributes about $1 trillion to the climate change crisis each year.

It found that plastic waste contributes to climate change by burning about 5 million tons of fossil fuels annually, accounting for one-third of all energy used worldwide.

Plastic is an important component of the supply chain for plastics products in many countries, such as China, India, and Vietnam.

Plastic from Vietnam is used to manufacture products in the Philippines, which is the world lead for plastic waste.

In the Philippines alone, plastic waste accounts for more than three-quarters of the country’s plastic waste production, according the CEI report.

The report also found that about 50 percent of plastic waste comes from the Philippines.

In addition to this, plastics are also one way in which plastics are sold and traded around the world — and that’s why this crisis is so important.

In a world where the economy is increasingly dependent on plastic, there is a huge amount of plastic being thrown away, and the problem is only going to get worse.

We’re starting to see this in the U.S., which has the highest rate of plastic trash in the developed world.

This plastic waste is then used to produce products like disposable diapers, disposable shopping bags, and even plastic baby carriers.

The United States is one of just four countries where plastic waste remains a major source of greenhouse gas pollution.

Plastic also is one factor contributing to ocean warming.

A report from the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) found that plastics contribute about 0.6 percent of global warming, or about 1,500 metric tons per year, because they are a significant contributor to the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide.

This carbon dioxide is responsible for trapping heat in the Earth’s atmosphere.

Plastic products are also a major contributor to marine pollution, with about 50 million metric tons of plastic pollution a year in the ocean.

It has also been linked with a range of other global problems including food waste, pollution of the air, and pollution of rivers and seas.

This report comes as the plastics crisis continues to escalate.

Last week, China announced that it will introduce a new standard for plastic packaging in 2020 that will make it mandatory for all packaging to use less plastic.

The new standard is a part of a larger effort to curb plastic pollution worldwide.

The UNEP report also shows that plastic is an even more critical contributor to acidification of the oceans.

It also found plastic is one major contributor of marine pollution.

In 2016, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that the use of plastic packaging by consumers in the developing world contributed to acidifying the oceans in excess of the levels that can be expected in a given year.

The U.N. Environment Program’s report, Plastic in the Future, shows