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July 1 - July 31, 2021

Seattle Aquarium Teens

Seattle Aquarium

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    zero-waste meals
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    disposable cups
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    plastic containers
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    pieces of plastic cutlery
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    plastic straws
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  • August 17 at 1:21 PM
    I originally joined this program to do something for the Earth and see how I could improve my day to day lifestyle.  Not only have I achieved these goals, with the help of this wonderful community, but I've also gained a deeper understand and respect for our planet which I can thank you all for.  It has been a pleasure, and I think we can all...
  • July 31 at 10:53 PM
    I read some more of Plastic Ocean by Charles Moore today, and I have to say, it is not an easy read. This book really makes you think about our values and needs as a society, as well as the sheer amount of plastic we make, consume, and throw away. I am so glad to have participated in this challenge and I hope to continue reducing the amount of...
  • July 31 at 3:34 PM
    In the past seven days I have explored ways to rebalance my plastic consumption, my family has been using reusable bags for groceries, and the waste bins in my house continue to be lined with disposable materials.
  • July 31 at 9:40 AM
    I joined this challenge because it’s a good way to set goals about plastic use and actually keep track of them. I chose the actions I did because I think they would actually make a difference if I keep doing them after the month ends.
  • July 30 at 10:54 PM
    Plastic accumulates in the ecosystem through bioaccumulation. This poses a threat to all species in the food chain, especially top predators as they involuntarily consume the highest amounts of accumulated microplastics. In the salish sea ecosystem, I think the orcas as well as humans that eat salmon and trout are at most risk of ingesting...
  • July 30 at 3:34 PM
    I don't like this at all. I will continue to say no to 'flushable" wipes and will tell those that I know that use them that they are dangerous to our waterways and that if we don't stop using them, we will have microplastics in everything we consume!

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