Check out these great resources to learn more about single-use plastics and how we can solve our plastic pollution problem!
A growing global alliance of individuals, organizations, businesses, and policymakers working toward a world free of plastic pollution and its toxic impacts on humans, animals, waterways and oceans, and the environment. Facts, media, educational resources and more!
A must read for anyone interested in the future of plastics and the circular economy. The New Plastics Economy is an ambitious, three-year initiative to build momentum towards a plastics system that works. It lays out, for the first time, the material flows and realities of today’s plastics economy, and outlines a system with fundamentally better economic and environmental outcomes.
One day a week, no plastic consumption and no plastic waste. Resources for living with less plastic.
National Geographic’s multi-year initiative to raise awareness about the global plastic trash crisis. Includes information, tips on reducing single-use plastics and a pledge to prevent plastic waste. Be sure to check out their June 2018 issue focusing on plastic pollution.
A comprehensive look at the impact of plastic pollution on our oceans, as well as potential solutions.
Nonprofit created to empower action against the global health crisis of plastic pollution through science, education, and adventure. Great resources and action items, plastic-free shopping guide, and more!
An international awareness campaign designed to bring attention to our growing plastic waste problem and support behaviour change by helping people to avoid single-use plastic. Are you up for the challenge?
A global campaign comprised of over 1,060 groups from across the globe. Tools and guidance for bringing about corporate responsibility and policy to stem the flow of plastic pollution.
An organization that employs ocean cleanup crews, and organizes beach, offshore, and worldwide cleanups to help combat marine plastic pollution. They sell bracelets to fund these cleanup initiatives and raise awareness.