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10 Tips for Living Plastic Free(r) Rachael B-I How do you begin living plastic free? Start small - follow even just one of these helpful tips and you will be making an impact on our global plastic consumption.
Apr 6th, 2018
Douglas Copeland Coming to the Vancouver Aquarium Rachael B-I Vortex by Douglas Copeland will be opening May 18th, 2018
Apr 6th, 2018
Going Plastic Free for the Long Haul Rachael B-I After a year of exploring alternatives to every day, single-use plastic products and packaging, I still came away with some plastic waste. So, will I continue to try to reduce my plastic consumption? Absolutely!
Apr 6th, 2018
How to Overcome Litter Apathy Rachael B-I It can be easy to feel helpless in the face of litter but, there are much better solutions than simply walking past a rogue candy wrapper wedged in the storm drain.
Apr 6th, 2018
Introducing the Plastic Wise Pledge Rachael B-I The campaign aims to raise awareness about ocean plastic and build collective action by asking people to reduce their plastic waste from single-use items and other sources.
Apr 6th, 2018
Microplastic Research Rachael B-I When plastic enters the ocean, it never really goes away. It breaks down over time into increasingly tiny pieces called microplastics, no larger than a grain of rice (less than 5mm). Find out more about the ongoing research Ocean Wise is conducting to discover the impacts of these tiny but mighty pieces of marine debris
Apr 6th, 2018
Plastic Free Holiday Dinner Rachael B-I "If you are willing to spend some time in the kitchen, you can be rewarded with a delicious dinner that has minimal waste."
Apr 6th, 2018
Plastic Free Holiday Guide Rachael B-I Gifts, decorations, food, many things that make the holiday season merry and bright seem to be packaged in or made of plastic. This time of year may seem the most difficult to go plastic free, fortunately there are actions that cut down on our plastic use during the holidays.
Apr 6th, 2018
Plastic Free Hygiene Rachael B-I Try some of these simple recipes to create plastic free products in your own home
Apr 6th, 2018
Shoreline Spotlight: One Man vs. Microplastic Rachael B-I When a cargo-train derailment near Chuck Hutterli’s town of Mountain Bay, Ontario spilled billions of nurdles — small beads of virgin plastic, about the size of a lentil, which are melted into new plastic products - into Lake Superior. Chuck has been fighting to reclaim his shoreline ever since. “I knew this would be an ongoing issue,” he says, “but I never thought that ten years forward it would still be a problem.”
Apr 6th, 2018
The Dark Side of the Ducky Rachael B-I Beware the rubber ducky... your favourite bath toy may be more trouble than initially thought.
Apr 6th, 2018
What is Plogging? Rachael B-I A new trend has made it's way to Vancouver, BC - Jogging AND cleaning up litter. But what exactly is Plogging?
Apr 6th, 2018