WORLD Figures made with plastic waste displayed at beach in Vancouver

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Figures made with plastic waste displayed at beach in Vancouver

Xinhua

09:09, June 07, 2021

Figures made with plastics removed from shorelines are displayed at Kitsilano Beach in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on June 6, 2021. Created by multidisciplinary artist Caitlin Doherty and made with plastics removed from Canadian shorelines, a set of figures named plastic beachgoers embody people's collective contribution to plastic pollution, bring the topic of shoreline pollution to the forefront. (Photo by Liang Sen/Xinhua)

People look at figures made with plastics removed from shorelines at Kitsilano Beach in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on June 6, 2021. Created by multidisciplinary artist Caitlin Doherty and made with plastics removed from Canadian shorelines, a set of figures named plastic beachgoers embody people's collective contribution to plastic pollution, bring the topic of shoreline pollution to the forefront. (Photo by Liang Sen/Xinhua)

A woman takes photos of a figure made with plastics removed from shorelines at Kitsilano Beach in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on June 6, 2021. Created by multidisciplinary artist Caitlin Doherty and made with plastics removed from Canadian shorelines, a set of figures named plastic beachgoers embody people's collective contribution to plastic pollution, bring the topic of shoreline pollution to the forefront. (Photo by Liang Sen/Xinhua)

Figures made with plastics removed from shorelines are displayed at Kitsilano Beach in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on June 6, 2021. Created by multidisciplinary artist Caitlin Doherty and made with plastics removed from Canadian shorelines, a set of figures named plastic beachgoers embody people's collective contribution to plastic pollution, bring the topic of shoreline pollution to the forefront. (Photo by Liang Sen/Xinhua)

Figures made with plastics removed from shorelines are displayed at Kitsilano Beach in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on June 6, 2021. Created by multidisciplinary artist Caitlin Doherty and made with plastics removed from Canadian shorelines, a set of figures named plastic beachgoers embody people's collective contribution to plastic pollution, bring the topic of shoreline pollution to the forefront. (Photo by Liang Sen/Xinhua)

Figures made with plastics removed from shorelines are displayed at Kitsilano Beach in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on June 6, 2021. Created by multidisciplinary artist Caitlin Doherty and made with plastics removed from Canadian shorelines, a set of figures named plastic beachgoers embody people's collective contribution to plastic pollution, bring the topic of shoreline pollution to the forefront. (Photo by Liang Sen/Xinhua)

Figures made with plastics removed from shorelines are displayed at Kitsilano Beach in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on June 6, 2021. Created by multidisciplinary artist Caitlin Doherty and made with plastics removed from Canadian shorelines, a set of figures named plastic beachgoers embody people's collective contribution to plastic pollution, bring the topic of shoreline pollution to the forefront. (Photo by Liang Sen/Xinhua)

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