Marina DeBris: The power of 'trashion' to fight single-use plastics
Plastic pollution in the world's oceans is getting progressively worse, with some predicting there will be more plastic than fish in our seas by 2050. One woman determined to raise the alarm is "trashion" artist Marina DeBris, an oceans activist who transforms everyday rubbish items into high-fashion looks and abstract sculptures. And as you might have guessed from her name, humour is an integral part of her work. She joined us for Perspective.