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Disneyland is now a place where a conservationist’s dreams can come true. The company just announced that it will stop using single-use straws and plastic...
Starbucks gives away over 1 billion straws with their iced drinks every year – but not anymore, thanks to their latest environmental initiative.
The initiative, which already kicked off on Earth Day, has made them the first ever MLB team to ditch straws.
Plastic straws have just broke the back of yet another global food chain. McDonald's announced on Wednesday that they would be joining the ranks of...
Ava couldn't bear to think about how her favorite restaurant chain was contributing to pollution – so she wrote them a moving letter asking them to make a change.
Plastic pollution sucks – which is why these regions and businesses are ditching plastic straws in favor of more environmentally friendly options.
On this day 80 years ago, The March of Dimes charity to fight polio was started by President Franklin Roosevelt, who was afflicted with the disease himself. After funding Jonas Salk's polio vaccine, the group, whose genius was in collecting small contributions of spare change, went on to spend $233 million on polio patient care, Today, they still improve the health of mothers and babies by preventing birth defects and premature birth. To honor the achievement, Roosevelt’s image was imprinted on the U.S. dime. (1938)
Reviewing the most popular environmental achievements of 2018 is the perfect way to invigorate and inspire you for the year ahead.
This new survey suggests that – despite what crotchety seniors might say about young whippersnappers – the future is in good hands.
The directive, which was passed with widespread approval, helps to put the EU at the forefront of the world's fight against plastic pollution.
Woman Dials Wrong Number, is Stunned When Jimmy John’s Delivery Driver Says He’ll Pick Up Her Sick Brother
Lisa Nagengast was desperately trying to find someone who could take her sick brother to the hospital—and, in her haste, the wrong number she...
Amazon has announced that it will be investing $10 million in Closed Loop Fund to support recycling infrastructure in the United States. Amazon’s investment will...
Two Teen Girls Push Government in Bali to Ban the Bags That Have Turned Their Paradise Into an Eyesore
For many of us, the island of Bali will conjure up images of palm-shaded resorts, pristine white beaches, and crystal clear Indonesian waters, but...
Kroger, America's largest supermarket chain, has just announced that it will be phasing out all of its single-use plastic bags in favor of reusable...
After a tropical storm brought a tidal wave of plastic debris and garbage bobbing along the Caribbean island’s famously beautiful shoreline, Dominica, joined the...
Shelby O'Neil may only be 17 years old, but she is using her voice to save billions of pounds of plastic from landfills every year.
The company's 363 stores are ditching every kind of single-use plastic, from garbage bags to straws and drink stirrers.
Even though Walmart still has a long way to go before it's considered an ideal place to work, it's certainly a step in the right direction.
The companies that are responsible for 80% of the plastic on these supermarket shelves have taken a dramatic pledge to cut wasteful packaging over the course of the next seven years.
Remember the Young Man With a Plan to Rid Oceans of Plastic? His Massive Project to Launch This Summer
At just 18 years old, this Dutch teenager claimed he could tackle the Great Pacific Garbage Patch – and starting this summer, he is going to do just that.
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