Killer Tobacco

Cigarette butts are the most common contributor to single-use plastic pollution. Smokers across the globe stub approx 8,00,000 metric tons of cigarettes every year, a figure that would cover New York’s, Central Park.

Although the global cigarette industry focuses on various initiatives to paint itself green, the efforts largely remain futile as the environment and human health are degrading at an alarming rate. Read more

News Credit: Guardian Environment

Picture Credit: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images

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