It’s a great honour to help make waves of change especially when it comes to taking action against plastic pollution.
We may be only a short time away from having a concrete national plastics strategy in Canada.
Being one of the first journalists to put out this important information really underpins why we in the Canadian media do what we do to disseminate information. Driving the national news agenda and hopefully creating waves of change. Lets see what comes out of an upcoming meeting that could serve as the forum for this big announcement if all goes as signals suggest.
Original investigative sourcing, reporting for TV, Web and of course writing the full context in this Weather Network article.
Read it for yourself, the statistics are staggering.
Only 11 per cent of plastics are recycled in Canada. The rest end up in our landfills, lakes, parks and oceans, destroying ecosystems and leaching toxic chemicals.
I’m always thrilled to share this story. Thanks for including me in the “Best gift ever” feature in your Holiday Issue, Hamilton Magazine! It’s an honour to be one of the notable Hamiltonians you chose. Now… how do we top that next Christmas? 😉