Posted August 05, 2018 04:24:25 A recent study published by the Pew Research Center found that the United States is one of the most populated countries on the planet, but that it has the lowest number of shipping containers per capita.
That’s because of the country’s “overall level of shipping efficiency,” which is measured by how many containers a country’s economy can efficiently produce in one year.
According to the study, the U.S. has the fourth-lowest percentage of containers per head of population among the 50 nations tracked by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), which is the world’s governing body for measuring container shipping efficiency.
The report also found that shipping efficiency in the U., which is home to nearly one-third of the world population, is among the lowest of all countries in the world, with a net per capita of 3.2.
While the U’s low per capita shipping efficiency is a result of its low number of container ships, it’s also a result not only of the U not having a large number of containers on the water, but also because of a large amount of waste in the ocean.
The United States has the most waste in our oceans, with more than 20 billion tons of trash floating around, according to the United Nations Environment Programme.
According a 2015 study by the nonprofit group the Center for Ocean Economics and Policy, it took nearly two years for the ocean to fill up with trash in the United Kingdom alone.
The amount of trash in our ocean is the equivalent of dumping over 100 million metric tons of waste into the ocean every day, according the group.
According the report, there are currently over 1.5 million tons of garbage floating in the oceans every year.
With that kind of trash, the ocean can hold over 300 billion metric tons, the report found.
The waste in oceans is a serious problem for the oceans.
The oceans hold the world record amount of carbon dioxide, which is responsible for the warming of the planet.
“When the oceans absorb this excess CO2, it produces methane, a greenhouse gas that has the potential to affect the climate,” said Michael Schmitt, a research fellow at the Pew Charitable Trusts who co-authored the study.
The U.K. has been a leader in tackling the waste in its oceans, and has been ranked the fourth largest emitter of carbon pollution in the EU.
But with more trash being produced in the Atlantic Ocean each year, it has not only been a waste in terms of waste, but an environmental disaster as well.
“We need to focus on the bottom line, and not just on the quantity of waste that we’re dumping in our seas, but the quality of the ocean,” said Schmitt.
As the United Arab Emirates is the second largest emigrant country, and is one the countries that produces the most garbage in the sea, it is the first to receive a number of accolades for its efforts to curb waste in their oceans.
As of last year, the UAE had been ranked third among the world countries for reducing waste in marine environments, according its environmental protection report.
The UAE has also set up a pilot program in partnership with the International Maritime Organization to increase the volume of containers it ships and the amount of garbage it removes from the ocean each year.
“The pilot program is designed to help develop new methods of removing waste from the marine environment and reduce the impact of shipping on the environment,” said the UAE Ministry of Environment and Water.
The pilot program will see U.A.E. ships dump more waste than they otherwise would in the water by using a “fishing line,” which can also be used for fishing, to pull out more plastic.
The program is also a part of the UAE’s “Green Belt,” which aims to help reduce plastic pollution from the country.
“This pilot program, which will run for four years, will involve U.AE ships dumping the equivalent amount of plastic litter into the Atlantic as they are getting from Europe,” said U.
As minister of environment and water, Mohammed Al-Mansour, in a statement.
The government has also started to take steps to reduce the amount that is going to land on the ocean and the way it is transported.
“Our main focus right now is to reduce our waste in transport,” said Al-Almansour.
“So, by 2020, we’re going to implement a pilot project to reduce waste in all marine transport, including shipping, to the extent that we can,” he said.
According of the study by Pew, the United Sates’ shipping efficiency index is the eighth-highest of all the countries tracked by ISO, which means that the U has the sixth-highest shipping efficiency for shipping.
But the U also has a number and it is a problem.
“With a low per-capita shipping efficiency, the shipping rate can be extremely high,