Artists Recreated Stunning South American Landscapes Using the Plastic Threatening Them

Greenpeace Chile commissioned the work, made from satellite images and using only trash

Cheil and Greenpeace commissioned artists to recreate breathtaking landscapes with plastic including the Araucania forest, as pictured above. Cheil / Greenpeace

It’s now a well-known fact that, for all of its usefulness, plastic is damaging the environment in a big way—making its way into oceans, the food chain and even some of the most remote places on Earth.

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