Human Writes: Malaysia rated one of the world’s worst for plastic pollution

My friend and former colleague Andrew Sia noted with despair in a recent Facebook post that people are buying “cartons upon cartons” of packet drinks, even of green tea, ahead of Chinese New Year in February.

“Why not serve freshly brewed tea in a nice pot?” he suggested. “It’s cheaper, fresher, healthier and better for the environment.”

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