What is the Problem?
Plastic bags have a massive affect on our environment and barely anyone is aware of the problems they produce. When a bin is too full of garbage and rubbish, and can't hold anymore, plastic easily gets caught by the wind and blows away. This is a common occurrence, especially in the city and even in school. People may not notice this happening but it can lead to something terrible that no-one wants. When plastic gets caught by the wind, it is usually carried to waters nearby. Animals such as turtles may mistake the plastic bags for jellyfish and eat it. As a result, that turtle can easily die because they suffocate all because of one plastic bag. In Fact, a Bryde's whale died because of 6 square meters of plastic bags in its stomach. If this process continues, animals will become extinct, all because our use of plastic bags.