Learn and Educate

Each one of us can reduce to some degree our consumption of single-use items.  From bottled water and plastic bags, utensils and straws, we each use much more than our fair share.  It’s not hard to change habits, we just need the will, an understanding of how and then practice!  Following are some resources to see where in your life you might be able to reduce the amount of single-use items you consume.

Don’t forget!  Every tiny piece of human trash picked up is one less toxin in someone’s stomach.

To start, check out…

10 things you can do to save the ocean
http://ocean.nationalgeographic.com/ocean/take-action/10-things-you-can-do-to-save-the-ocean/

To find out more:

Reduce Waste: Purchase Responsibly & Reuse
Trash Talk: The Problem with Garbage
Ocean-minded Orgs
Participate in a beach cleanup

Reduce Waste: Purchase Responsibly & Reuse

Trash Talk: The Problem with Garbage

Ocean-minded Orgs

Participate in a beach cleanup