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For years, the entertainment industry has built a model of disposable infrastructure, here’s how we can change it.
It’s easy to reduce how much single-use plastic you consume while traveling through a bit of preparation and some conscious decision making on the road.
On Monday coffee giant Starbucks announced a phase out of plastic straws globally in its stores by 2020.
Maria Cristina Finucci's light installation "HELP the Ocean” sounds the alarm about the state of our planet.
Reach out to local eateries in your neighborhood or town and ask them to change their protocol to "only serve straws upon request."
The artists took five days to create the installation, using plastic gathered on the beach by the World Wildlife Fund's beach cleanups.
The newly-released G7 Ocean Plastic Charter appears a lot like worldwide efforts to combat climate change.
A monumental public sculpture was unveiled last week in Sanur, Bali.
Together, we are saying No to plastic pollution.
Malibu, California voted to prohibit the sale, distribution, and use of single-use plastic straws, plastic stirrers, and plastic cutlery, effective June 1, 2018.
The Last Plastic Straw presented the City of Alameda, California, with a certificate on May 30 to recognize their efforts eliminating plastic straws.
Planet or Plastic? Takes Comprehensive Approach to Tackling Major Environmental Crisis.
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