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Join the movement to refuse single-use plastics.

Plastic Free Ecochallenge is a month-long effort for all of us to shift away from our single-use plastic dependency and to care for our ecosystems. Together, let’s create a plastic-free world.
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Plastic Free Ecochallenge is a 31-day global challenge to reduce and refuse single-use plastics. Inspired by the Australian-founded initiative, Ecochallenge.org has partnered with the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium to help you discover, learn, and explore new ways to take care of wildlife and the world we all share.

We invite you to take action and create plastic-free habits with us while we prioritize public health and safety as much as possible!

Throughout the Ecochallenge, share your progress, success, and reflections with fellow Ecochallengers. The combination of collective inspiration, camaraderie, and friendly competition makes change a little easier — and a lot more fun!

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Collective Impact

Our strength is in our numbers

We believe the solution to the planet’s biggest challenges lies in the power of collective action. By taking action in our own lives and inspiring the people around us, each of us contributes to a world of impact.

Come back and check in on July 1 and watch our impact add up.

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  • June 20 at 12:37 PM
    Reading How to Shop the Bulk Aisles.pdf - Google Drive
  • June 20 at 6:24 AM
    I am so excited to see the contact lens recycling program - as I wear daily lenses, I generate a lot of plastic waste just to see.
  • June 19 at 10:42 PM
     I'm farmer and agronomist, want to encourage everyone to eat organic vegetables which are free from chemicals.As a farmer, avoid using plastic packed food. The way our food is grown in greenhouse most of these greenhouses use a lot of plastic and that chemicals which are in plastic 45% there is chemicals, it means that plants which are grown...