In a 2015 issue of a US-based science journal, Thailand was named as the world sixth-largest contributor of plastic in the sea. So what do they do? Well, Phang Nga national park is planning on doing the following: ban plastic within the park (since most trash are from human activities), raise awareness through campaigns at 30 local schools, and use garbage-collection equipment more often to ensure the trash doesn’t end up in the see. It has been cited that “80 percent of sea waste was produced on land, while the rest came from activities at sea.” By focusing on the source, the problem can be solved. Read more in the article below.