This is the Irish Language version of Plastic in the Arctic.

Plastic found in the Arctic is a global problem – the tip of the iceberg. It is a result not only of the production and industry development but of our daily life habits as well. The plastic waste and more dangerous microplastic are found everywhere: in the oceans, ice, animals’ stomachs or even snow. The plastic waste influence on the environment is evident and alarming, but the scientists are trying to estimate what would be its impact on human’s health and life. The aim of the toolkit is to rethink our daily life habits and encourage all of us to make something environment friendly.

We would like to thank warmly POLAR STAR Advisors, who provided valuable ideas and materials for this particular activity: Paula Frances Galvin, Svetla Mavrodieva and Spyros Meletiadis.

Thanks to Rian Dennehy for the Irish translation.

The activity was created within the POLAR STAR project, co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union (2019-1-FI01-KA201-060780).

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