New Healthy Baby Guide Helps Parents Find Safe Options

New Healthy Baby Guide Helps Parents Find Safe Options

Plastic Pollution Coalition and Made Safe have teamed up to create the first-ever Healthy Baby Guide, with everything you need to keep you and your children safe from harmful chemicals.

The most meaningful gift you can give

Above: Watch PPC's Jane Patton bake a pie from scratch.

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In the spirit of the giving season, we encourage you get in the kitchen with friends and family and #MakeRealStuff!

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Seven Major Retailers Commit to Reduce Use of Toxic Chemicals in Products and Packaging

Seven Major Retailers Commit to Reduce Use of Toxic Chemicals in Products and Packaging

Retail giant Amazon.com fared badly in Mind the Store’s ranking, which tracks how well companies reduce the toxic chemicals in the products they sell and disclose their presence.

Over 150 organizations back call to ban oxo-degradable plastic packaging

Over 150 organizations back call to ban oxo-degradable plastic packaging

Significant evidence indicates that oxo-degradable plastics do not degrade into harmless residues, but instead fragment into tiny pieces of plastic and contribute to microplastic pollution,

Long Beach, CA Votes Unanimously to Ban Foam in Food Service

Long Beach, CA Votes Unanimously to Ban Foam in Food Service

The vote was part of year’s-long process that will ban the use of polystyrene in restaurants or in other retail settings where ready-to-eat food is sold within the city, including food trucks.

Meet the Innovators Who Will Share a $1 M Prize to Stop Plastic Pollution

Meet the Innovators Who Will Share a $1 M Prize to Stop Plastic Pollution

The challenge focused on plastic packaging items that are too small or too complex to be recycled like shampoo sachets, wrappers, and coffee cup lids, which often end up as plastic pollution in the world's oceans and environment.