Break Free From Plastic is engaging campuses and schools worldwide to work towards a plastic-free future. We have the tools to move away from single-use plastics, assist in implementing alternative systems on campuses around the world, and have a lot of fun while doing it! Whether you’re a student, educator, school administrator, parent, alumni, or ally, use this toolkit to help get the word out about #PlasticFreeCampuses.
Note: Accessibility and affordability should be at the forefront of all efforts towards restricting single-use disposable plastic and pre-packaged plastic wrapped retail items. All-out bans can be exclusive and harmful — we do not support bans without adequate accommodations and exceptions. To ensure that these needs are considered, a diversity of groups representing different abilities, socio-economic backgrounds, and lived experiences should be intentionally included at the decision-making table.
#PlasticFreeCampuses ARE possible. Whether you’re a student, educator, administrator, or ally, join @BrkFreePlastic and the movement to call for campuses across the world to #BreakFreeFromPlastic by going plastic-free: bit.ly/plasticfreecampuses
Over 99% of plastic is made from fossil fuels. Universities are a great place to #BreakFreeFromPlastic and reduce the single-use plastics that are fueling the climate crisis. Join @BrkFreePlastic and the global movement for #PlasticFreeCampuses: bit.ly/plasticfreecampuses
If you’re a student, educator, or parent of a student, sign the global petition to encourage your school or your child’s school to go plastic-free.
If you’re a school administrator, sign the campus declaration here.
Whether you’re a student, parent, educator, administrator, alumni, or ally, visit bit.ly/plasticfreecampuses to learn more about BFFP’s #PlasticFreeCampuses movement and get involved.
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Plastic Free Campuses aims to lay 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.
Join us. Visit break free from plastic dot org slash plastic dash free dash campus to learn more and get involved.
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