A month without single-use plastic? Why you oughta join Plastic free July
Environmental activists are encouraging people around the world to ditch plastic use for a month.
Plastic free July encourages people to refuse single-use plastic items for the entire month in order to raise awareness about plastic pollution.
The campaign is designed to encourage consumers to refuse single-use plastics such as straws, takeaway coffee cups and 'disposable' shopping bags.
Two environmental advocates explain why the movement is important and describe their own green initiatives.
[Pippa's Planet] @pjchudson was also joined in studio by Hayley McClellan of @2OceansAquarium and Paul Rubin of #nudefoods #plasticfreegrocery for a preview of @PlasticFreeJuly #plasticfreeJuly #whatsyourbagplan #BYOBags @rethinkthebag pic.twitter.com/hi5CR7fdlk— CapeTalk on 567AM (@CapeTalk) June 29, 2018
Environmental campaigner at Two Oceans Aquarium, Hayley McLennan,is champion of their #RethinkTheBag campaign.
Paul Rubin is one of the owners of Cape Town’s first plastic-free grocery store, Nude Foods in Zonnebloem on Constitution Street.
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