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Reducing plastic use and plastic pollution is as important as it ever was. But preventing the spread of COVID-19 requires that we sometimes have to adapt to changing regulations and the changing availability of plastic free alternatives in order to prioritize public health and the safety of our communities and loved ones.
These challenges present the opportunity for creativity and innovation, and we hope you’ll approach Plastic Free Ecochallenge with that spirit of creation and adventure.
Registration is open now! We invite you to join us as we reduce our plastic dependency and consumption as creatively as we can.
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a list of some of the available Plastic Free Ecochallenge actions related to Community
a list of some of the available Plastic Free Ecochallenge actions related to Food
a list of some of the available Plastic Free Ecochallenge actions related to Lifestyle
a list of some of the available Plastic Free Ecochallenge actions related to Family
a list of some of the available Plastic Free Ecochallenge actions related to Personal Care
a list of some of the available Plastic Free Ecochallenge actions related to Pets
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[READ] Responding to protests, green groups reckon with a racist past. – Grist.org
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