The first plastic-free July was organized in 2011 in Perth, Australia. Forty participants took up the challenge to “choose to refuse” plastic purchases. Within a decade, the campaign grew into a movement with global reach. Last July, according to organizers, 140 million participants in 190 countries collectively reduced plastic waste by a whopping 2.1 million tons. Read More
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