Can't believe that these nurdles are still being dumped everywhere and blown around. Containment needs to be a bigger priority for these businesses (or they could just stop making single use plastic products!) https://www.designboom.com/design/nurdles-plastic-pollution-disaster-08-20-2019/
Would you laugh at this? I'm out for breakfast - walking to my table with a coffee in hand - a TV to my left catches my eye - I miss the door by a meter and walk smack into the glass wall - that is my coffee dripping down the wall. At first the other patrons were worried I was hurt, but seeing I was OK the laughter was quite significant - as were the very funny quips as they were walking past me when leaving. Oh dear!
This Australian mom/daughter duo wrote the book (literally!) on eliminating plastic from daily life. What a great story! https://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/life-and-relationships/there-are-so-many-amazing-people-who-have-started-doing-something-20190131-p50urk.html
How environmentally friendly were these table decorations: a potted plant and some lemons on a branch - looked great, felt great. No balloons or sparkly plastic stars. And people took home these decorations
Paste a link to the image or video (from Facebook, You Tube or elsewhere) - it will display in the feed. Easy. As a charity, the resources to fund the huge storage needed to stream videos are out of our reach - let's hope a major donor comes along and funds that for us!