July 1 - July 31, 2020

Chrise Dagoglou

Plastic Free NOLA

"Let's help change the world! One plastic at a time!"

Points Total

  • 0 Today
  • 0 This Week
  • 632 Total

Participant Impact

  • up to
    plastic containers
    not sent to the landfill
  • up to
    plastic straws
    not sent to the landfill

Chrise's Actions

Personal Care

Just Say No

I will avoid buying toxic plastics, including polycarbonate, polystyrene and polyvinyl.



Eco Artist!

Create a piece of art using materials that you have around your house (or in your community) or depicting the impact of humans on the environment or what a more sustainable world would look like. The piece can be a sculpture, drawing, painting or any other kind of art. You can do it on your own or collaborate with your family/community.

One-Time Action


Swap the Snacks

I will swap out 1 prepackaged snacks a day for fresh fruits or veggies.



Glass Bottle Baby

I will replace 3 plastic bottles with glass or stainless steel alternatives.

One-Time Action


Travel Smart

If traveling, I will bring my own plastic free items (water bottle, grocery bags, collapsible food containers, utensils, straws, etc.) with me.

One-Time Action


Support a Sharing Economy

I will create or support a sharing economy with family, friends, and neighbors.



Skip the Straw

I will keep 5 plastic straw(s) out of the landfill per day by refusing straws or using my own glass/metal straw.



  • Reflection Question
    Personal Care Just Say No
    Do some research on polystyrene and polyvinyl. How many items in your house already contain these toxins?

    Chrise Dagoglou 7/08/2020 6:12 PM
    A lot of the cleaning items and the packages they come in that I have in my house, seem to be the main culprits of using these toxic plastics. It can be pretty difficult to avoid these plastics because the many products don't show the materials that their packages come in. Because the compounds aren't clearly labeled on the packages (when it comes to bottles, grocery bags, and other things) it can be very difficult for me and other people to avoid these toxins

  • Chrise Dagoglou 7/07/2020 4:50 PM
    What's the best way to decrease the amount of waste created from beauty products? Not using any!!

  • Chrise Dagoglou 7/07/2020 4:44 PM
    I helped my mom re-purpose some shirts today instead of buying new clothes 

  • Chrise Dagoglou 7/05/2020 7:32 PM
    I created a custom challenge called "Eco Artist!" where you have to create a piece of art made out of materials that you have at your house or things that you can pick up from your community or something that depicts human impact on the environment or what a more sustainable world would look like 
  • Reflection Question
    Lifestyle Travel Smart
    How can/did you prepare to be successful in this action? Did you engage in conversation with anyone about your new habit?

    Chrise Dagoglou 7/05/2020 7:16 PM
    I already carry around stainless steel/metal water bottles with me, but I've been trying to get the rest of my family to develop this habit. Its proving successful!
  • Reflection Question
    Lifestyle Support a Sharing Economy
    What are the benefits of a sharing economy? How could a sharing economy change the dynamics you have with friends, family and/or neighbors?

    Chrise Dagoglou 7/05/2020 7:13 PM
    I borrowed a shirt for a project that I was working on instead of going out and buying the same shirt. I much rather borrow and share things, like clothes, because it saves money. Plus, you can always wash the clothes before you return them
  • Reflection Question
    Family Swap the Snacks
    How does swapping out prepackaged snacks for fresh fruit or veggies benefit your family?

    Chrise Dagoglou 7/02/2020 11:28 AM
    I had a really good peach today. It was super sweet and juicy and I'm happy I passed on the prepackaged snack
  • Reflection Question
    Food Skip the Straw
    Have you noticed a shift in your community as more messaging about reusable straws becomes mainstream? Cite some examples.

    Chrise Dagoglou 7/02/2020 11:26 AM
    Skipping the straw is actually pretty easy when you're staying at home. I use metal straws and reuse plastic straws that I already have.