Sources of ocean plastic pollution include litter and runoff from poorly managed landfills.
In oceanography, any large system of rotating ocean currents, particularly those involved with large wind movements. Gyres are caused by the Coriolis effect.
Ocean plastics swirl around in about 5 massive ocean gyres. The most popular one is the Great Pacific Garbage Patch which holds 1/3 of all ocean plastics.
Carbon pollution can come come from combustion or other carbon sources.
carbon sinks such as our oceans and atmosphere absorb carbon.
plastic waste breaks down into different dangerous chemicals and swim around waters polluting it.
The atmosphere and ocean almost touch making it a danger zone.
The Netherlands, having no landfils, uses the oceans as a waste place. plastic swimming in water and breaks down into chemicals and pollutes and acidifies water.
Sea creatures mistaken plastic for food and they consume it causing deadly diseases and stomach problems.
The Netherlands are ranks 24th in carbon emissions and 16th in GDP. They receive about 10.96 metric tons of carbon emissions.