1. Plastic Soup Foundation (2017), The world’s population consumes 1 million plastic bottles every minute - Plastic Soup Foundation. [online].
2. UK Government, Defra Statistics UK 2021, Packaging waste and recycling, split by material.
3. Oceana (January 2020), Just One Word: Refillables.
4. Parliament.uk (2017). Plastic bottles: Turning Back the Plastic Tide. Plastic Bottle Waste in the UK.[online].
5. Borrelle, S., Ringma, J., Lavender Law, K., Monnahan, C., Lebreton, L., McGivern, A., Murphy, E., Jambeck, J., Leonard, G., Hilleary, M., Eriksen, M. and Possingham, H., 2020. Predicted Growth In Plastic Waste Exceeds Efforts To Mitigate Plastic Pollution. [online] Aminer.org.
6. Wilcox, C., Van Sebille, E. and Hardesty, B., 2015. Threat of plastic pollution to seabirds is global, pervasive, and increasing. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112(38), pp.11899-11904.
7. Carrington, D., 2022. Microplastics found in human blood for first time. [online] The Guardian.
8. Carrington, D., 2020. Microplastics revealed in the placentas of unborn babies. [online] The Guardian.
9. Nationmaster.com. 2022. Countries Compared by Lifestyle > Food and drink > Soft drink > Consumption. International Statistics at NationMaster.com. [online] Available at: <https://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Lifestyle/Food-and-drink/Soft-drink/Consumption> [Accessed 22 August 2022].
10. National Geographic (2018), 7 things you didn’t know about plastic (and recycling).[online].