Plastic pollution demands activists get plan in place

This Earth Day  -- April 22, 2018 -- should signal a watershed turning point.

Traditionally the day has meant planting a tree, trimming some bushes, maybe even a stroll through the woods or a visit to a park. But in 2018 it’s time to join the fight against pervasive pollution. Pollution that’s slowly, but inarguably, threatening this country’s -- actually, the very planet’s --- future.

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