A School Admin Guide to becoming a model plastic-free school or university in the time of COVID-19

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Schools and universities have a special role in developing future leaders.

They shape the awareness, habits, and principles that come with creating a better, plastic-free world.
Break Free From Plastic presents this Administrator’s Manual
that equips you with the tools to plan and implement systems for going plastic-free on campus in the time of COVID-19.

The 6 Steps to 
Building a Plastic Free 
Campus

STEP 1

Understanding the need to go plastic-free

The science behind plastic, and its harmful impacts on the people and the planet.
STEP 2

Building the program

An introduction to program planning around the plastic-free campus campaign.
STEP 3

Knowing the situation

Determining where your school community is at in terms of plastic use and waste management.
STEP 4

Setting goals, crafting messages

Learning how to set realistic and resonant campaign goals and messages.
STEP 5

Taking action

A quick guide to launching actions – from raising awareness to fighting for institutional reforms around plastic use.
STEP 6

Building on gains

How to scale the campaign or redirect efforts, based on what has been achieved.
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There is plenty of research to prove that microplastics are harmful to the environment and animals.

“Anything that
...you can do to reduce your plastic exposure is a good thing,” says Tasha Stoiber, a senior scientist at the Environmental Working Group.

CONSUMERS DEMAND ACCOUNTABILITY FROM P&G: Filipino consumers and P&G's Philippines subsidiary Procter and ...Gamble Philippines, Inc. amicably settled a case filed for alleged false or misleading advertisements and dangerous plastic packaging.

Read more 👉 https://ecowastecoalition.blogspot.com/2024/02/p-consumers-in-false-recyclable-label.html

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