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Beth Terry

Beth Terry

Beth Terry My Plastic Free Life

BETH TERRY

Author, Plastic Free: How I Kicked the Plastic Habit and How You Can Too

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Beth Terry is the Author of the book Plastic Free: How I Kicked the Plastic Habit and How You Can Too. She also maintains a blog calledMy Plastic Free Life where she writes about how she almost succeeded in reducing plastic from her life and asks us to join her.

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Beth Terry - Bag Monster
May 8, 2016 from our Interviews

Beth Terry is a waste activist from Oakland, CA. She went plastic free and also started the plastic challenge to help assess individual’s plastic footprint. She is author of the book, How I Kicked The Plastic Habit and How ... Read More





February 20, 2014 from our Video Excerpts "There are solutions out there. If we can put a man on the moon and send rovers to mars, we can solve plastic pollution." ~ Bill FrancisRead More



February 20, 2014 from our Video Excerpts "Bio-plastics have a role, but there is no standard to say what makes a bio-plastic which truly degrades in the ocean." ~ Nicholas MallosRead More



February 20, 2014 from our Video Excerpts "As I learned more and more about plastic recycling, I discovered that it has its own drawbacks. So, I started reducing my own personal plastic as the first step ." ~ Beth TerryRead More



February 20, 2014 from our Video Excerpts "When people see you do it, it becomes part of the norm. So, take your own bag to the store and bring your own bottles." ~ Beth TerryRead More



February 20, 2014 from our Video Excerpts “Plastic pollution isn’t just about plastic in the oceans but the entire life-cycle of plastics, from when it’s first made, through all the pathways until it becomes plastic pollution” ~Nicholas MallosRead More



July 31, 2013 from our The 2013 Global Dialogue on Waste, Video Panels

 

Are we becoming a plastic society?

Plastic seems all pervasive and unavoidable. Since the 1960s our use of plastic has increased dramatically, and subsequently, the portion of our garbage that is made up of plastic has also increased from ... Read More




 

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