Rebecca Prince-Ruiz is the Executive Director of the Plastic Free Foundation, a not for profit with the vision of a world without plastic waste. In 2011 Rebecca and a small team in local government in Western Australia created the Plastic Free July challenge which since grown to a global movement that has inspired over 326 million participants in 177 countries to reduce single-use plastic. She has more than 25 years’ experience in the world of environmental and waste management, community engagement, and sustainability behaviour change. Rebecca has participated in plastic pollution research expeditions in Queensland, the Cocos Islands, and the North Atlantic Ocean, and explored innovative solutions to plastic waste worldwide during a Churchill Fellowship. Rebecca believes it’s critical to stop the problem at the source and behaviour change can lead to a collective impact and influence systemic change.
Lifestyles Post COVID – Perspectives from Australia and UK | with Sarah Ottaway
November 17, 2020 from our Video Panels Join our panellists, as they discuss the current, the possible future and what needs to be done to create lifestyles post COVID which balance the needs of people and planet.
Plastic Free Q&A
September 26, 2018 from our Video Panels Do you have questions about living plastic-free including why anyone would attempt it in first place and do not know whom to ask? This is the perfect panel for all your questions.