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Collective action means a lot of people — irrespective of their location, profession, age or class — working together, doing different things at different levels to achieve shared interests and a common goal. Collective action helps us achieve things that would not be possible for any one of us. This theme explores how to accelerate collective action to solve a tricky, complex, and an enormous global problem like waste.
How to trainingfor universities and students to reduce their campuses’ use of plastics | Chris Kane, Campus Coordinator at Post-Landfill Action Network.
Interviewon why and how the next generation of leaders are responding to the challenge of waste | Olivia & Carter Ries, Founders of One More Generation.
Experiences from sailing across the Pacific on a boat made of waste plastic based on the book “Junk Raft: An Ocean Voyage and a Rising Tide of Activism to Fight Plastic Pollution” | Marcus Eriksen, Author, and Co-Founder and Research Director of 5 Gyres Institute.