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Exploring Solutions to Plastic Pollution in Palau

Exploring Solutions to Plastic Pollution in Palau

Nov. 16 - Plastic Pollution Coalition co-hosted an expedition with Oceanic Society, Drifter’s Project, and Heirs to Our Oceans with support from Mission Blue, to work together with local Palauans on solutions to plastic pollution.

Introducing TAP: A global search engine for clean drinking water

Introducing TAP: A global search engine for clean drinking water

Oct. 23 - Aiming to end the single-use plastic epidemic, Tap implores users to “Drink different” with its network of reusable bottle Refill Stations available to users in 30 countries and growing

International DO Day Holds Events Across the World on Refusing and Reducing Single-Use Plastic

International DO Day Holds Events Across the World on Refusing and Reducing Single-Use Plastic

Oct. 18 - TODAY is DO DAY, an international day of DOing hosting by The DO School in partnership with Plastic Pollution Coalition.

U.S. Plastic Recycling Rate Projected to Drop to 4.4% in 2018

U.S. Plastic Recycling Rate Projected to Drop to 4.4% in 2018

Oct. 4 - The projected <5% U.S. plastic recycling rate in 2018 should be a wake-up call to the false promise that recycling is a credible solution to plastic pollution.

European Commission steps forward to cut single-use plastics; what will the U.S. do?

European Commission steps forward to cut single-use plastics; what will the U.S. do?

On Monday, the European Commission proposed new EU-wide rules to target the 10 single-use plastic products most often found on Europe's beaches and seas, including plastic cutlery, straws, and cotton buds. 

Made Safe Releases Hazard List of Worst Toxic Chemicals in Products

Made Safe Releases Hazard List of Worst Toxic Chemicals in Products

Plastic Pollution Coalition member organization Made Safe has released a new Hazard List of the worst offenders of toxic chemicals across product categories.

Berkeley CA Introduces Groundbreaking Ordinance to Reduce Plastic Pollution

Berkeley CA Introduces Groundbreaking Ordinance to Reduce Plastic Pollution

This is the most ambitious and comprehensive piece of municipal legislation in the U.S. aimed at reducing single-use disposable foodware.