It was great to meet the Women’s Institute and learn about their #EndPlasticSoup campaign. Micro-plastic fibres are tiny strands of plastic shed from synthetic clothing. These fibres are washed into the ocean, digested by marine life, and ultimately end up in our food.

I wholeheartedly support the The WI (National Federation of Women’s Institutes)‘s campaign, which follows the introduction of the UK’s microbeads ban and my campaign for a Plastic Free Parliament. The threat of plastic to our oceans is huge, and I’m glad that the issue is finally getting the attention that it deserves.

For more information on how to prevent micro-plastic fibres watch this:

Kerry at the Women
Kerry at the Women's Institute supporting the 'End Plastic Soup' campaign.
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