but it's not the solution
suffers single-use plastics
SAVE SEA TURTLES
TAKE THE PLEDGE
gives way to plastic
are they possible?
how to keep it
ROAD TO KON-TIKI II
looking for plastic
a divers' display
from bottling our water
ANOTHER SILENT SPRING
San Francisco, CA passed the Plastic, Toxics and Litter Reduction Ordinance this week as a result of years of work by many stakeholders.
The first two chemicals of increasing concern on their list are used in the manufacture of plastics.
Researchers discovered that several greenhouse gases are emitted as common plastics degrade in the environment.
At least 148 substances in plastic packaging are highly hazardous and many compounds are untested for toxicity and/or unknown.
Chris Jordan is a photographer known for his stunning photos of the plastic-filled corpses of young albatross on Midway Island.
A viral video of a fisherman pulling pieces of plastic, including three plastic bottle caps, out of the stomach of a mahi mahi fish has prompted a new public outcry about the problem of plastic pollution
A new campaign and children’s book raises awareness about the impact of balloon releases on wildlife and the environment.
Plastic Pollution Coalition member organization Made Safe has released a new Hazard List of the worst offenders of toxic chemicals across product categories.
'ReThink Plastic' Reduced Participants' Exposure to Chemicals from Plastic
The fight over BPA safety is a fight over the science of endocrine disruption.
Dignity Health eliminated plastic straws and stir sticks from the cafeterias in its 39-hospital system.
We're calling on YOU to help us solve the problem of plastic food packaging in the New Year.
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.
End Open Burning; Create Long-Term Waste Management Plan
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.
Starbucks has started the process of switching from the traditional plastic cup and green straw combo to a strawless lid, quickly dubbed by the public as an "adult sippy cup."
The foundation will raise awareness about the problem of single-use plastic among millions of followers across the world.