End Plastic Pollution
This July, Go Plastic Free
EARTHDAY.ORG has some helpful tips to declare your independence from pollutionRead the latest
It’s in our homes, our oceans, our food, and everywhere we go. This month, EARTHDAY.ORG is drawing attention to the harmful effects of plastics in our environment and providing ways you can make a difference today.
EARTHDAY.ORG is a global organization operating in 190 countries. Each year more than 1 billion people take part in Earth Day. But we don’t stop there. We work year-round on important environmental problems, including deforestation, climate change, biodiversity, climate education, food, citizen science, and plastics.
We are looking for short films for social media—from 15 to 30 seconds—that are inspiring, funny, and creative. Tell us what you do day-to-day that will help others go plastic-free. Tell us what it feels like to be a discarded headed-for-the-landfill plastic bottle.
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