Are policymakers ‘burying their heads in the soil’ over agricultural plastic pollution?

There is more plastic in soils than in the sea, a UN body has warned, posing a grave threat to food security, people and the environment. As evidence of the problems posed by plastics used in agricultural production continues to grow, policymakers are accused of failing to listen to the warning signs. David Burrows reports

by David Burrows

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