Reflection, in Honor of Plastic-Free July. This is a waste basket, the kind made out of waste. The broken base of it came from the free box of a garage sale last Saturday. The plastic ribbons are single-use plastic packaging used to ship construction materials: three of the four colors picked up off the floor … Continue reading Waste Basket
Wind up Plastic-Free July by spending some time with us learning what is plastic, its impacts - good and bad - including on climate change, and how to fight plastic pollution throughout the year. Dr. Annette Olson, Founder of Climate Steps and the Lead for Green Neighbors DC, and guest Den Fusso, plastic activist, will … Continue reading The Plastic Podcast
Hey again. There's a campaign that's been growing yearly, which started in Australia, to make July Plastic-Free. https://www.plasticfreejuly.org. If you are wondering about how plastic relates to climate change, it significantly causes it: Plastic comes from natural gas and oil - methane is released during drilling;CO2 is released during manufacturing;There's transportation to a place for … Continue reading Plastic-Free July Starts Tomorrow
How would I even start doing something about those things? I think I’ll crawl under the covers and hope someone else figures this stuff out. ... But wait!....
A Plastic Affair to Remember - Always. Plastic first came into our lives 150 years ago, and we fell in love, hard. But although it made and makes our lives wonderful in many ways - it comes with baggage now. Lots and lots of terrible baggage. This article, Part 1, outlines the impact plastic makes, … Continue reading Plastic = Climate Change, Part 1