Plastic Pollution Coalition is a non-profit communications and advocacy organization that collaborates with an expansive global alliance of organizations, businesses, and individuals to create a more just, equitable, regenerative world free of plastic pollution and its toxic impacts.
Plastic pollution is an environmental, wildlife, climate, human health, and social justice issue. People and communities across the world are finally waking up to the fact that plastic pollution impacts everything.

Five Holiday Favorites That Pass The Begley-Cohen Test

There is so much to love about the winter holiday season, but also massive amounts of single-use plastics to manage and avoid, which can make some of these magical moments downright stressful. In addition to plastic-wrapped candies, plastic decorations, and plastic bows atop our gifts, single-use plastics are popping up in our cherished holiday films. 

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Urge Maersk to Stop Shipping Plastic Waste Overseas

Urge international shipping giant, Maersk to stop shipping plastic waste from richer countries to less affluent countries. These plastic waste exports threaten the environment and health of residents in communities.

Sign Up for Plastic-Free Trash Blitz in U.S. National Parks

Join activists to collect data on plastic pollution in U.S. National Parks! Register your cleanup at any national park to contribute to a report that will reveal the materials, items, and brands of waste found across our national parks.

Support the Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act

Tell your representatives it’s time to support the Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act of 2021 for the health and future of humans, animals, waterways, oceans, and the environment.

On March 2, 2022, the UN approved a landmark agreement to create a global plastics pollution treaty. As countries enter the negotiation phase, keep up the pressure to ensure the resulting treaty creates more equitable systems to prevent and stop plastic pollution.

The U.S. government has labeled “dissolvable” PVA laundry pods and sheets as a “Safer Choice.” In reality, they are harmful and made of plastic that pollutes Earth and our bodies. Act now.

The U.S. federal government approved $15 billion to replace toxic lead services lines. Please sign the petition to ensure this funding goes to safe solution, and does not replace lead pipes with plastic pollution.

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