As you all know, I am an avid supporter of Plastic Pollution Coalition. I do my part by buying as little plastic as possible, I do not drink bottled water, and all the plastic that we do use in our home, gets recycled (at least I pray it is, when the city picks up our recycling bins), I use re-usable shopping bags when I go shopping and I donate monthy to this organization. Its not a lot, but if everybody did this we would have alot less trash in our oceans. Today Plastic Pollution ...[READ MORE]
There were meaningful plans brewing for America’s most iconic national park before Coca-Cola stepped in to protect its own interests. The National Parks Service was weeks away from finalizing plans that would have eliminated the sale of plastic water bottles in the Grand Canyon when Coca-Cola, who sells water under the Dasani name, stepped in and squelched the plans. Join us in telling the National Park Service that we won’t stand for big corporations calling the shots in our nation’s parks, ...[READ MORE]
Take The REFUSE Pledge! Disposable plastics are the greatest source of plastic pollution. Plastic bags, straws, bottles, utensils, lids, cups and so many others offer a small convenience but remain forever. REFUSE disposable plastics! Follow the “4 Rs” of sustainable living: Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Plastic pollution is a genuine crisis. No amount of political tactics, business greed, or disinformation can change the fact that there are almost no places on the planet that remain ...[READ MORE]
Use Less Plastic from TakePart on Vimeo. Every piece of plastic ever made still exists today, and much of this plastic has traveled from our hands to our oceans. The most important thing you can do is use less plastic. Join the Blue movement and sign the plastic pledge at SaveMyOceans.com.
Across Canada and the world, people are taking a stand in support of public water and against the privatization of our water resources. It is time to unite and ban bottled water. Join the Canadian Federation of Students, the Canadian Union of Public Employees, the Sierra Youth Coalition, Development & Peace and the Polaris Institute in the countdown to Canada’s second Bottled Water Free Day! On March 10 2011, communities across Canada and the world will be mobilizing to take action to ban ...[READ MORE]
The award-winning documentary "Tapped" is embarking on an eco-aggressive 30-day/30-city cross country tour to get Americans “Off the Bottle.” Plastic water bottle, that is. Beginning World Water Day (March 22nd) Tapped’s Producer Sarah Olson and Director Stephanie Soechtig will take their mobile showroom on the road, collecting pledges from people to reduce their bottled water use and trading empty plastic water bottles for reusable stainless steel Klean Kanteens. This mobile translucent ...[READ MORE]