Did you know? Recycling paper, glass, and metal is a complete cycle, while plastic is usually not.
Did you know Recycling paper glass and metal is a complete cycle

The Myth of the Recycling Solution

plasticpollutioncoalition.org
Victoria Ma
Samantha Archdale
Stephanie Sims
JeSuis Aimee
James Watson Trimming
Rhode Island, act now!
Rhode Island act now

Act Now

org.salsalabs.com
Suzi Kephart
Sarah Doogois
Jule Eis
Join us and over one million people worldwide participating in Plastic Free July! Plastic Pollution Coalition and The Last Plastic Straw challenge you to refuse single-use plastic during the month of July and beyond. Get started by saying no to plastic drinking straws! [ Bit.ly Link ]

#PlasticFreeJuly #noplasticstraw #skipthestraw #strawlessocean
Join us and over one million people worldwide participating in Plastic Free
Theresa Banks
Colleen Ingram
Beth Tilbury
Cool! Cellulose could replace plastic microbeads in personal care products.
Cool Cellulose could replace plastic microbeads in personal care products

Tiny biodegradable spheres could replace plastic microbeads | Anthropocene

anthropocenemagazine.org
Laura Cleveland
Paul Sharp
Michael Wright
Do you know how the term 'litterbug' came about?
Trisia Farrelly
Paul Pettitt
Lisa Oakden Des Jardins
Do you agree?

"Under existing law, those who want to restrict use of a chemical must prove harm to humans or the environment. This is fundamentally backwards. The burden of proof should fall on those who seek to profit from the manufacture or use of the chemical."
Do you agree Under existing law those who want to restrict use

Chemicals aren't people. They shouldn't be presumed innocent

nationalobserver.com
Nikki Treanor
Paul Sharp
Jennifer Lynn Proud
Cheers to a plastic pollution solution!
Activist Abby
Jane Pares Edney
Stephen Orpin
Russell Hurd
Tracy Kinach
Ann Traylor
Happy Summer Solstice!

#MakeRealStuff #UseRealStuff
Happy Summer Solstice

MakeRealStuff UseRealStuff
Peter Dix
Karine Talens
Frank Mastroni
Jane Dobbs
We applaud the resolution adopted by the UN affirming the need for long-term strategies to reduce the use of plastics.
Plastic Pollution Coalition 06/21/2017

UN Ocean Conference Adopts Resolution to Reduce Plastics; Industry Pushes for Waste Management

plasticpollutioncoalition.org
Frank Mastroni
Moo Huey Ming
Kayt Barclay
Coca-Cola - To truly combat marine plastic pollution, you must innovate beyond single-use plastic bottles.
CocaCola To truly combat marine plastic pollution you must innovate beyond singleuse

Coca-Cola - Myth busting Coke's claims on ocean plastics

greenpeace.org.uk
Charlie Ridge
Claire Lukawski Felong
Eleesa Tailor
Tune in to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Trash Free Waters webinar on on Plastics and Microplastics in the Environment June 27 at 1 pm EDT.

Photo by Abby Barrows.
Tune in to US Environmental Protection Agencys Trash Free Waters webinar on

Plastics and Microplastics in the Environment

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Microplastics have reached the far corners of the earth.
Microplastics have reached the far corners of the earth

Plastic Pollution in Antarctica 5 Times Worse Than Expected

ecowatch.com
Lizzy Hartl
GreenGrow Shubhra
Roberta Hawksby-Shaw
Kathryn L. Blankenship
Jackie Mcculloch
Billy Gibson
Greece depends on tourism but what happens if there's a waste management crisis?

#PlasticFreeIslands
Greece depends on tourism but what happens if there's a waste management crisis

Something Stinks on the Island of Zakynthos

huffingtonpost.com
MaryAnne Bannon Robertson
Daniel Scott Smith
Paul Hakola