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Context: Every year, the WHO honours governments, organisations and individuals for their efforts and contributions to curbing tobacco use and this year World Health Organization (WHO) has released a report titled “Tobacco: Poisoning our planet”.
Every year the tobacco industry costs the world more than 8 million human lives, 600 million trees, 200 000 hectares of land, 22 billion tonnes of water and 84 million tonnes of CO2.
Tobacco products are the most littered item on the planet, containing over 7000 toxic chemicals, which leech into environment when discarded.
Contamination of soil and water: Tobacco contaminates soil and water due to toxins and contamination of soil by the micro plastics in the cigarette butts and single use non-biodegradable pouches and e-cigarettes.
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