Discover 101 simple tips and tricks you can use in everyday life to cut down on single-use plastics.
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Is the thought of the 51 trillion pieces of plastic in our oceans keeping you up at night? Don’t panic! The war on plastic has begun and you can help. In this book you’ll find 101 little things you as an individual can do to avoid single-use plastics and help save the world. You’ll find sweet and simple ideas like carrying around your own cutlery, getting ice cream in a cone instead of a cup, and buying loose doughnuts or pastries for snacks instead of packaged sweets.
Plus, you’ll find 101 simple ways to cut plastic from:
-FOOD AND DRINK: freeze fresh veggies rather than buying frozen ones, and buy beeswax wrap instead clingfilm -AROUND THE HOUSE: buy bars of soap instead of hand dispensers and swap scourers for natural cloths -YOUR LIFESTYLE: how to throw a plastic-free party and find good plastic-free make-up
With easy, no-nonsense steps for cutting plastic out of your everyday life, this is the perfect gift for anyone ready to start fighting the war on plastic. These easy nudges will guide you to change your habits bit by bit so that cutting out plastics becomes second nature.
And don't forget, put pressure on big oil companies and corporate giants who created and maintain our plastic problem in the first place. Lack of plastic consumption is a way of protest, voting with our money on alternatives is resistance, but without pressure on them to change, everything stays the same. As consumers we can hold ourselves responsible, but we must not lose sight who else we need to hold accountable and push to take immediate action.