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.
Guide to Zero Waste Villages
This is a guide to Zero Waste Villages in Mandarin.
Global Week of Action 2019
Tell the world of business that you have had enough of plastic pollution and it’s time for them to change.
Host a Plastival
A plastival is a fun event to engage people to enjoy a sense of community and at the same time learn about the plastic pollution issue and what’s really causing it. This is an initiative by Greenpeace.
Question How You Hydrate
Lonely Whale's THE QUESTION HOW YOU HYDRATE campaign is waking the world up to the problem with this reliance on single-use plastic water bottles and empowering consumers to choose and champion sustainable alternatives to single-use plastic water bottles through #HYDRATELIKE
Cultivating knowledge and expertise among the community of leaders across the world, empowering them to enact change locally in their communities and countries. This portal provides a complete suite of resources, successful initiative examples, and strategy development options focused on the elimination of our global reliance on disposable packaging and on plastic’s harmful impacts. This is an initiative by Plastic Pollution Coalition.
Lobby for a single-use ban in your community
One of the best ways to make change is to lobby at the local level. Your elected officials represent you. Listening to you is literally their job, so let them know what you think! This is an initiative by Greenpeace.