Theme for 2021: Tackling Plastic Pollution

Consumer rights activist Anwar Fazal working for Consumers International at the time, later proposed the observance of a ‘World Consumer Rights Day’ marking that date, and on 15 March 1983 consumer organisations started observing that date as an occasion to promote basic rights of consumers.

World Consumer Rights Day is an annual occasion for celebration and solidarity within the international consumer movement. Participants observe the day by promoting the basic rights of all consumers, demanding that those rights are respected and protected, and protesting about the market abuses and social injustices which undermine them.

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  1. Debasis, I so agree with focusing on plastic pollution. Plastic food containers, especially water bottles, are toxic and not biodegradable. Plastic leaches into the water in plastic bottles at both high temperatures and freezing temperatures, making the water unsafe to drink. Plastic in the oceans is harming marine life and may be making fish unsafe to eat. Plant-based “greenware” plastics are non-toxic and biodegradable. Glass food containers are non-toxic and can be reused and recycled. We need to make a commitment to safer food containers and to keeping plastics out of bodies of water and landfills.

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