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Big Fish Exposes Plastic Pollution for Plastic Free July in Hungary (pix by Bence Jardany) 

Big Fish Exposes Plastic Pollution for Plastic Free July in Hungary (pix by Bence Jardany) 

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As part of the initiative called "Plastic Free July", Greenpeace Hungary displayed a fish-shaped installation to highlight the global problem of single-use plastics. The metal-made sculpture was gradually filled with recyclable plastic rubbish. This communal art project is also to raise awareness of the hiccups in Hungary’s recycling system, and overall to the fact that recycling is not the answer for fighting the plastic pollution problem. 
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