Zero Waste Masterplan
The Zero Waste Masterplan is the pioneering knowledge platform created by Zero Waste Europe and its members to support the further development of the zero waste model on a local level and turn circular economy in reality in Europe.
Plastic Free July
As the world continues to grapple with the Covid-19 pandemic, people around the world are demonstrating that a life free from unnecessary plastic and disposable material is still possible. This year’s Plastic Free July will continue paving the way to #BreakFreeFromPlastic while encouraging principles built on a just recovery from the pandemic.
Mobilizing massive citizen muscle with a common mission so corporations can no longer frame the issue as one of only consumer responsibility
Plastic Free Campuses
Laying the foundation for a new generation of changemakers who are leading the revolution on the plastic pollution crisis, to understand one of the root causes of climate change and to seek out lasting solutions by engaging the biggest (and smallest) campuses and schools worldwide to go plastic-free.
Activist Toolkit for Students and Public Interest
Student PIRG's brings you this comprehensive toolkit providing the basic tools to run strong campaigns and win victories for students and the public interest.
Challenge Your Local Supermarket
Take the reusable container challenge and join the movement that is already transforming the way we shop for groceries! This could be the new normal! This is an initiative by Greenpeace.
Empower the Next Generation of Activists: Tools for Teachers
The classroom is a great place to start discussing plastic pollution and how to address it. Young people around the world are already playing a crucial role in the environmental movement, and they need all the help they can get. Join Greenpeace and teachers around the world in empowering the next generation of activists.
Environmenstrual Week of Action 2019
Amplify the environmental and health messaging surrounding menstruation, and empowering others with the information they need to make an informed choice about the menstrual products they use. This is an initiative by Women's Environmental Network.