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The garbage left behind from parties and Trick-or-Treating can be downright scary.
At the average music festival, each person creates about 15 pounds of garbage every day. The biggest component of that waste? Single-use plastic: water bottles, beer cups, straws, utensils, wrappers, and packaging
The volume of plastic production, the ubiquitous nature of disposable plastic and the habits of modern consumerism mean that the problem is larger than any one organisation or stakeholder.
This is Part 3 of a report by Bodhi Surf School about how they are going plastic free in Costa Rica.
Raising awareness is the fifth 'R' in bringing about a more sustainable workplace.
Plastic-free expert Beth Terry shows how you can save money by investing in reusable alternatives for the things you use.
Brent Alex captured this Mylar Ray, an extrinsic, deflated balloon seemingly swimming at depth, animated by ocean currents instead of wind, in his series "Plastic Species."
Thousands of life vests discarded by those fleeing war have washed up on beaches in Greece, and are being recycled and repurposed to support island emigrants.
Why not challenge yourself, your family, or even your community to go completely without single-use plastics for a whole month?
Manufacturers of musical instrument strings are getting in on the circular economy idea too.
From Woodstock to Bonnaroo, the humble tent has gotten left behind by music lovers — literally.
Part 2 of the Bodhi Surf School report on how a few committed individuals can make a big impact on reducing plastic pollution.
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