We live in a plastic world. Everything we buy is shrink-wrapped, double-bagged or cling-film coated, and it’s having an impact. Forty per cent of all the plastic made every year is made to be thrown away, and as a result our oceans and natural spaces are drowning in a sea of waste.
The Plastic Diaries is your daily reminder that there is a life beyond and outside this plastic bubble, and that we are empowered to break free.
This is a guest post by zero-waste blogger Tara McKenna. Check out her Instagram @ZeroWasteCollective for more awesome tips and encouragement on living plastic…Read More
This is a guest post by Sophie Jacazio, Environmental Defence Outreach team member and zero-waste champion. Over the following blog series Sophie is going…Read More
We all know that plastic pollution is harming wildlife. We’ve seen photos of turtles trapped in beer rings, whales with stomachs full of plastic…Read More
Reducing your plastic footprint is a fantastic thing you can do to help prevent plastic pollution. The more people who do it the better…Read More
Welcome! This is your plastics intervention. Fret not, because you are not alone. The first step towards breaking free is to face the facts…Read More
Did you know that in Canada less than 11 per cent of plastic is recycled? Watch this video to learn more.
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