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Plastic Bag Webinar Slides

Plastic Bag Webinar Slides

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Published by Scott Cooney
how to reduce our dependence on single-use plastics? These slides accompany a webinar, with video available afterwards, at http://greenbusinessowner.com/webinar-win-win-plastic-bag-reduction-strategies/

Several case studies of successful campaigns are included, so that other business owners, community members, and municipalities can follow suit and reduce our consumption of unsustainable goods like plastic bags.
how to reduce our dependence on single-use plastics? These slides accompany a webinar, with video available afterwards, at http://greenbusinessowner.com/webinar-win-win-plastic-bag-reduction-strategies/

Several case studies of successful campaigns are included, so that other business owners, community members, and municipalities can follow suit and reduce our consumption of unsustainable goods like plastic bags.

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Published by: Scott Cooney on Jun 05, 2012
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Win-win Plastic Bag Reduction Strategiesfor Businesses and Communities
Presented in partnership:GreenBusinessOwner.com * Ecopreneurist.comInspiredEconomist.com * Bulletin Bag* Sustainable Living Institute of Maui June 6, 6 PM EST
 
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Single-use plastics
Forks, plates, cups, bags, bowls, ties...
Derived from petroleum: 784,000 bbl in Australia
Shipped thousands of miles
Processed into non-biodegradable materials
Shipped again
Used for 1-5 minutes
Take 1000 years to degrade
Technically recyclable, but not realistically
46x more plastic than plankton
Leach chemicals into our food
Plastic icebergs can sink ships!*
*not proven yet. : )
photo courtesy ingridtaylar on Flickr Creative Commons

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