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Greenpeace Protest Plastic Pollution With Lifesize Whales In Budapest


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Greenpeace activists assembled life-sized sculptures of two whales emerging from a sea of plastic waste in front of Hungarian Parliament. The large whales, made out of paper, were assembled to raise awareness about disposable plastic waste pollution in the different seas.

h/t: dailynewshungary


MTI

As local Greenpeace activists said, We expect the Hungarian government to ban single-use plastic bags in Hungary – as has already happened in neighboring Austria and Romania.


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