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Ms Woods said acknowledging how long it took for plastics to break down was her catalyst for action."Plastics have only been around for about 50 years and it's predicted that it will take up to between 500 to 1,000 years to break down," she said."That's just an estimation because we haven't seen its lifespan yet."We found it too difficult to be sitting in an office and ignoring a problem that was just so bad."So the couple set out on a seven-month journey of Australia's coastline."We felt like we were doing something really great and making a difference until we hit Cape York," Mr Smith said."It's so remote up there but the beaches are just completely trashed with rubbish."We were so disheartened when we saw that; I got to the point where I was almost ready to pack it in because the problem is just too big." In 2015, the pair returned with a group of volunteers from all over the country."We wanted to show a group of young people the true extent of the problem, and people who were not necessarily environmentally aware already," Mr Smith said."It's really confronting up there."We wanted to show them just how bad the problem is and inspire them to make changes within their own communities on waste production."The volunteers removed more than 3.1 tonnes of marine debris from six kilometres of coastline at Chilli Beach in Cape York.
The pair both agreed their clean-up missions had completely changed their mindset on daily waste production."Every single purchase I make now, I imagine picking it up off the beach," Mr Smith said."We're not completely plastic-free, but we really try to make a conscious effort not to buy anything that's packaged in plastic."It's a bit painful for my friends, but when you realise how bad the problem is you just can't ignore it.""We consume things every day without sparing a thought to the amount of waste that is involved in packaging," Ms Woods added."It's way too convenient to duck out of the office and grab a quick takeaway lunch in a plastic container, with plastic cutlery, a beverage in a plastic bottle and a plastic straw all in a plastic bag.
NHS funding for fertility treatment is limited for everyone, and what is available varies from place to place, with criteria set by each area's Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).
Until February 2013, there was no official guidance on what NHS funding should be offered to same-sex female couples seeking fertility treatment.
This guidance has been written for same-sex female couples who are planning to conceive a child through artificial insemination.
The Clean Coast Collective is planning another clean up expedition for August. Days, weeks and months spent picking up marine debris along Australia's coastline has Natalie Woods and Daniel Smith determined to live a plastic-free life.And the founders of Clean Coast Collective are now on a mission to draw attention to the amount of plastic we use unnecessarily every day.All information below is for babies that are conceived, through donor insemination, after 6 April 2009 when laws changed affecting the rights of same-sex female couples.In the UK, women can inseminate through a licensed fertility clinic or at home.
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