Plastic pollution activists and coalitions have emphasized the responsibility that the world’s largest brands play in addressing this global crisis, but what else can be done?
Eco-Soap Bank is one organization that is going above and beyond to transform the lives of families around the world through the power of hygiene and education. I had the privilege to meet some of the Eco-Soap Bank team when I was in Cambodia and see them in action, and I am so proud of how far they've come. Please consider supporting their latest initiative, Project EcoSoap, as they aim to employ an additional 45 women full-time and expand their reach with a 'buy one, give 100' model to continue giving soap and hygiene education to countless more children and families. #ProjectEcoSoap #recycling #hygiene #sanitation #WASH
Organizations such as Eco-Soap Bank can tangibly transform the lives of people through #WASH. Support their latest initiative, @ProjectEcoSoap which will empower women in rural #Cambodia: https://projectecosoap.org/ #ProjectEcoSoap
This week, legislators announced that they will be implementing a plastic bag ban in New York State starting in 2020. But does this go far enough to #BeatPlasticPollution and address the overall waste management crisis we are experiencing? #plasticbagban #NewYork #zerowaste
Recycled Island Foundation is taking on waste pollution in our waters and transforming city landscapes like never before. Read more about their innovative way of recycling and repurposing plastic to beautify Rotterdam and cities outside of the Netherlands.
The common rule is to #recycle glass, plastic, and metals in your blue bin, but it's not as simple as you think. Did you know that only glass jars and bottles are accepted? Find out more on my latest post!
Where Do Our Blue Bin Recyclables Go in NYC? I visited the @SimsMuni #recycling facility to find out! #environment #sustainability