Plastic Planet: How Plastic Came to Rule the World (and What You Can Do to Change It)

Author(s): Georgia Amson-Bradshaw

Sustainability & Ecology

A powerful look at how plastic pollution is becoming one of the biggest environmental disasters of our generation


Once hailed as a miraculous invention, plastic has become the indestructible scourge of our Earth. It has infiltrated every part of our planet, from the deepest oceans to most remote ice fields. It chokes our wildlife, litters our beaches and even pollutes our drinking water. The world is reaching a crisis point.


Plastic Planet looks at plastic through the ages, exploring what it is, how it's made and how we have become so dependent on it in a single-use, disposable world. It highlights the social inequality of plastic pollution and explores how plastic has become a widespread and dangerous pollutant that is inextricably linked to climate change.


The book looks ahead to possible solutions to our plastic crisis, from global changes such as changing people's mindsets, to innovations such as compostable plastics, to practical solutions such as recycling and bottle return schemes.

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Georgia Amson-Bradshaw is a children's writer and editor who lives in Brighton, East Sussex. She has worked on a number of high-profile and award-winning science books for kids, including the Royal Society Young People's Book Prize winner Eye Benders, and the London Science Museum activity book This Book Thinks You're a Scientist. She remembers the eye-opening and inspiring effect her favourite books had on her as a child, and so takes her responsibility to pass that interest and excitement on very seriously!

General Fields

  • : 9781445165691
  • : Hachette Children's Group
  • : Hachette Children's Books Australia
  • : May 2019
  • : ---length:- '29'width:- '21.9'units:- Centimeters
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Georgia Amson-Bradshaw
  • : Hardback
  • : 363.7288
  • : 48