Is The Future of Fish & Chips To Your Taste?

Currently, over 8 million tonnes of plastic are estimated to enter the ocean each year, which is predicted to increase to over 20 million tonnes by 2030. This poses a significant threat to fish stocks and the existence of ocean life around the world; if fish don’t grow and reproduce because they are eating plastic instead of plankton, will this be the end of our beloved fish and chips?

Here’s what the public had to say

Here are our 10 top tips on how to reduce your plastic footprint:

We have set out to change the nation’s attitude toward plastic and offer Brits ways in which they can reduce their plastic footprint.

Help us change the world’s attitude to plastic today! By spreading the word with #futurefishandchips and supporting Plastic Oceans UK.