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Get active, involved and doing YOUR bit

 Do: this is where youth social activism happens!

So, you want to DO something about plastic pollution? Excellent, you’ve come to the right place!

We spend quite a bit of our time ‘working’ on our campaigns.  These are all campaigns that we have set up to address something to do with single-use plastic that we think needs attention.

It would be amazing if you could help us out, and better still, YOU became a Kid Against Plastic yourself.

Use the BIG orange buttons below to find out more about our campaigns and how you can get involved.

Do let us know how you get on.

Not if us kids have anything to do about it, you won’t!

Campaigns

Youth social activism – pick a campaign and get involved

LATEST CAMPAIGN ACTIVITY

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Make your own bag for life!

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Use one of your t-shirts to make a customised bag for life that no-one else will have. Download this PDF, it has all the instructions!

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Devon Norse awarded Plastic Clever status

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Because of their commitment to reduce plastic waste as a company, as well as a service provider, Devon Norse have been recognised them as a Plastic Clever Business.
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Abbotskerswell Primary School become Plastic Clever!

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A big well done to Abbotskerswell Primary School, who’ve got in touch to let us know about the great work that they’ve been doing! Some of the Year 6 students...
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Plastic Clever Scouts and Guides

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A case study and guide for becoming a Plastic Clever Guide or Scout Group. Thanks to Hannah Marsh and the 1st Thatcham Guides, we have just made available a case study and activity guide for any Scout or Guide group wanting become Plastic Clever.
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Investigating Plastic Pollution – The Basics

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An excellent video by Algalita a non-profit organisation dedicated to the protection of the marine environment. The video covers plastic (as a material) the issues associated with plastic pollution, and some…

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‘Plastic Clever’ Cafes

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One of the solutions to the plastic problem is Youth Social Action - engaging and activating a generation of young people to make a stand against issues they are not happy with, and doing something to improve them. Be Plastic Clever is an example of Youth Social Action, or Activism.
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5 Steps to being plastic free – by Will McCallum

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Will McCallum, head of Greenpeace UK Oceans, gives us his five steps to becoming plastic free.

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Beach Clean Guide – by Will McCallum

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Will McCallum is head of Greenpeace UK Oceans and has recently published a book about how to give up plastic. Will has kindly given us some of his materials from his book
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Plastic Clever Salcombe!

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Meet Ella, a 6-year-old Kid Against Plastic from Salcombe, Devon. She's recently been featured in her local newspaper, the Kingsbridge and Salcombe Gazette, for a very cool reason - she's...
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Running Total of Litter Pick Up & Hall of Fame

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We're aiming to pick up 100,000 plastic bottles, lids, cups, straws (and microplastics) from all around the globe - beaches, forests, road-sides, anywhere we find them. Why 100,000 - this is the number of sea mammals supposedly killed each year from being trapped in plastic or by eating it.
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Help us reach our total

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Last year, as part of our campaign, we picked up over 11,000 pieces of plastic beverage litter. We went to various locations around Europe and the UK; we wandered along…

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Help save the earth! Introduce non-plastic bottled water to supermarket shelves

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A petition to see more non-plastic bottled water alternatives on our supermarket shelves.
If the supermarkets give us more choices to buy non-plastic bottled water alternatives (such as cartons, boxes or cans) then we will see a win-win situation — we will benefit as consumers, and the Earth will benefit from a reduction in the use and abuse of single-use plastic bottles.

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