#BEATPLASTICPOLLUTION FOR #WORLDENVIRONMENTDAY Tag

A few weeks ago I posted about the activities that you could do with the kids to celebrate Earth Day. Today 5th June 2018 marks World Environment Day another great reminder for us to take care of the world we live in. 


#BEATPLASTICPOLLUTION FOR #WORLDENVIRONMENTDAY Tag


This year we have a very specific focus on the plastic pollution that is harming our world and reaching as far as the Galapagos Islands! If we all did our bit to remove plastic from our lives then what a brighter healthier world we'd live in. 

To get word out there I am taking part in a global game of tag and sharing photos of how I'm helping to #BeatPlasticPollution for #WorldEnvironmentDay 



The Rules 

Like many games we have a few rules to follow

1. Take a photo of between 1- 3 reusable items that you personally have switched to, in order to help tackle plastic pollution.
2. Caption your photo with a short message to raise awareness.
3. Also include your top tip for beating plastic pollution.
4. Share your photo and caption, along with your top tip, tagging at least three other people.
5. Please also link back to me in your blog post and tag me on social media, thank you!

#BEATPLASTICPOLLUTION FOR #WORLDENVIRONMENTDAY Tag

My Top Tip

Think ahead. I use a rucksack instead of plastic bags and we have reusable travel mugs and water bottles that we take out on our adventures. I understand that some places are phasing out their coffee cups so lets get into a good habit now of remembering to take our travel mugs with us. We also are using cotton bags and non-plastic pencil cases to house the jigsaw puzzles and games when the cardboard falls apart! 
So those are my alternatives to help #BeatPlasticPollution. I'd love to hear what yours are. I'm tagging the following people.


Thanks to Nikki for tagging me

I look forward to reading people's responses. 

Comments

  1. That is great. I use travel mugs too, they are so much better than those cups, and look prettier too. I bought some steel straws, I might blog about them soon.

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