Setting yourself a few rules is a good way to start reducing single-use plastic from your life. If I don't have a reusable cup, I don't get a coffee. Stick to it and you'll kick those #plastic fuelled habits in no time 💪reusable straws by @cleancoastcollective and cup by @earthbottles
Closing reception of Polish-Canadian artist @anyamielniczek's exhibit 🇨🇦🇵🇱 Photo-Essay by communications committee chair @ss.gb • read about what inspired Anya for this exhibition and her recent and upcoming shows 》 www.canada-poland.com/news
Plastic Coated (2017) 🍬
Over the last century plastic has taken over the planet. Our modern day living is easy, disposable, and plastic coated. The material under fire is labeled both a miracle and a curse, saving lives in the medical industry while causing havoc in our oceans. Plastic Coated is an exhibit by multidisciplinary artist Anya Mielniczek which explores garbage and plastic pollution through material collages that bring awareness to environmental degradation our consumeristic tendencies have.
Accounts recommended by @anyamielniczek:
4Ocean -- @4ocean | Sea Shephard -- @seashepherd | Life without Plastic -- @lifewithoutplastic | Parley -- @parley.tv | Trash Is For Tossers -- @trashisfortossers | Anna-Marie Bonneau -- @zerowastechef | Balu Blue Foundation Inc. -- @balubluefoundation
#canada#poland#art#plastic#toronto#bali @blogto @torontolife @thankyoutoronto #thankyoutoronto @narcitycanada @onenvironment @ontariotravel @agotoronto @ocaduniversity @art_toronto @thepowerplantto
Picking up trash has become such a habit of mine since starting this initiative earlier this year. What are some of your small everyday habits that are good for the planet? Have you tried these already? 🌍 bring your own reusable shopping bag #nomoreplasticbags 🌍 reduce single use plastic as much as possible. That means say no to the straw and bringing your own food containers when getting take out 🌍 reduce your consumption of animal products (for more about the link between animal agriculture and the environment, check out @cowspiracy) 🌍 See trash? Pick it up. Join #WePickUpPlastic
Thanks so much to @claudiasmovement for tagging me in the #GoGreenChallenge by @flixbus. It's actually one of my dreams for next year to travel around Europe by bike, bus and train. Organizing lots of pick up events and meeting all you inspiring eco-conscious people! I tag @steffs_vision and @trashyourselfie
PS: Did you swipe to check out the pink lake?
More plastic... This is not good for the planet earth. Plastic like this becomes microplastic. Animals will eat the small pieces of plastic beacause they think it is food, and then they will die. Then other animals will not get enough food and die, and then we will not get enough food, and you can guess what will happen. To leave plastic in the nature will not save the planet earth.