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The United Nation (UN) has designated June 5 to celebrate World Environment Day, every year.

Brigadier (retd) Tariq from Engro spoke about the impacts of plastic pollution in daily life.

"Today, we announced the appointment of Patricia Fuller as Canada's new Ambassador for Climate Change to help advance Canada's clean growth and climate change priorities on the world stage".

It is the duty of each one of us, to ensure that the quest for material prosperity does not compromise our environment, he added.

He urged people to avoid consumption of single-use disposable plastics.

Union Environment Minister Harsh Vardhan on Monday unveiled the first non-plastic bound copy of the National Geographic magazine here marking the World Environment Day.

Single use plastic is a matter of great concern as it is not bio-degradable.

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He said in Ghana, the lack of clean drinking water, caused by pollution of most of the rivers and water sources, also exacerbated the problem of the use of plastic or sachet water, since most people in the country depended on sachet water for drinking. "If present trends continue, by 2050 our oceans will have more plastic than fish", he said.

Environment Minister Dr Vincent Biruta has called on the general public to join efforts to beat plastic pollution in their communities to protect the environment, which is increasingly being endangered by plastic items.

India is hosting this year's World Environment Day. And one out of five plastic bottles is recycled. In India, the global host country launched its official countdown to June 5 with a historic slate of activities ranging from nationwide clean-ups, to single-use plastic bans across States, Universities and National Parks.

It is estimated that over 20 million plastic bottles are littered in Scotland each year and that approximately 120,000 tonnes of plastic packaging waste is produced from households in Scotland each year, according to Zero Waste Scotland. They promise to make this the largest and most substantial World Environment Day ever.

"These mainly find their ways into the water bodies disintegrating to micro-plastic which are consumed by aquatic animals and ultimately kills them or are transferred into the food chain".

He said the Federal government is now working on a National Policy on Plastic Waste Management, to regulate the use and disposal of plastics in the country.

Plastic pollution is affecting even remote areas of the planet, including the Artic.