Resources for Plastic Pollution following The Story of Plastic Screening
Last week the Copper River Watershed hosted a virtual community screening of the new documentary The Stroy of Plastic followed by a Q&A discussion hosted on Zoom video conference. We were very excited to have over 90 requests to view the documentary. We would like to help keep the momentum moving forward for preventing plastic pollution and providing community education for the issues surrounding the recycling and plastic production industries so we have compiled a list of helpful local and global resources!
Miss the chance to participate in The Story of Plastic screening or do you want to share it with friends and family? The documentary is available to rent on Amazon Prime for $3!
From the makers of The Story of Plastic: The Story of Stuff Online Documentary. Released in 2007, the documentary “unleashed a torrent of pent-up demand for honest conversation about our consumption-crazed culture. “The Story of Stuff.” Visit the Story of Plastic website for information about taking action, short educational films, and community grants.
Join the Break Free from Plastic campaign and take the pledge to reduce plastic pollution! breakfreefromplastic.org
Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act: Federal bill 3263 introduced in February 2020 by Udall/.Lowenthal.
U.S. Senator Tom Udall (D-N.M.) and U.S. Representative Alan Lowenthal (D-Calif.), as well as U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) and other congressional leaders will host a press event to unveil the historic Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act of 2020, legislation to tackle the exploding crisis of plastic pollution and transform waste and recycling management in the United States. House Bill 5845