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My Eco Legacy
I blog about small lifestyle tweaks that make a big impact on the ecological legacy we leave behind for the next generation.
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Plastic Soup 9h
Nine Things to Know About ! Picking up a bag from the beach makes a bigger difference than you might imagine, here's why:
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Anne-Marie Bonneau 4h
It will be here in six weeks: Plastic Free July This year will be bigger than ever.
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Saanya Bhargava May 18
So extremely proud to help start up the Playing with Plastic campaign! Our Plastic Jellyfish (made from 180 bottles!) will definitely spread awareness about ocean plastic pollution!
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The Story of Stuff 17h
The UGLY SIDE of the fashion industry.
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My Eco Legacy 23h
“Wanna save 50 cents and the planet. Get your drink for here.” Seen at The Happy Cappuccino in Schenectady, NY.
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ClearlySo May 19
New plastic-free “trust mark” allows shoppers to see at a glance whether products use plastic in their packaging. Great move! 🌍👍🌊
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The Story of Stuff May 18
Step 1: Make money Step 2: Buy stuff you don't need Step 3: Rent space to store all the stuff you don't need Step 4: Repeat Step 1 because Step 3 is expensive
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The Story of Stuff May 16
A straw is used for a few minutes and it takes hundreds of years to decompose. The answer is YES. Plastic straws need to go.
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5 Gyres May 16
"It's sort of this moment where everyone is realizing just how many straws people are using on a daily basis, and that we really need to get a handle on this, or else our environment is going to suffer."
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Anne-Marie Bonneau May 17
You don't need to spend a fortune to put together a kit. You likely have most of what you need lying around your home.
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Craig Leeson May 10
A simple but effective video explaining why biodegradable or plant-based plastics are often worse than normal petroleum-based plastics.
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National Geographic May 16
Learn about the rise of plastic waste—and how you can help turn the tide.
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Plastic Pollutes May 13
Why I'm Boycotting The Clothing Industry #Microfibers
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My Eco Legacy May 16
"Kathryn Kellogg, a writer and public speaker who lives a “zero-waste” lifestyle and focuses on the dangers of plastic pollution, will host a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) about small, actionable eco-friendly steps that people can take in their everyday lives."
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Plastic Pollutes May 16
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My Eco Legacy May 16
The organic cotton bandana they offer at $8 is perfect for your kit as a reusable napkin. Paper is the 3rd most commonly tagged item on so a reusable napkin does help make our world a cleaner place!
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My Eco Legacy May 15
How many generations of children are going to have to live in a world polluted by plastic litter before it disappears? It is crucial that we make changes now before the problem gets worse.
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Dianna Cohen May 13
Ocean plastic pollution is hazardous waste the US should ban . .
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My Eco Legacy May 15
This is one of the most thorough pieces on plastic pollution that I have come across. If you want an overview of the problem and solutions with lots of jumping off points to organizations doing great work in this space, check this out.
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My Eco Legacy May 15
I love that they recognize the urgency of this and enacted this change beginning tomorrow, not in two years or ten years like many other nations.
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