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ReuseThisBag.com Unveils Awesome Info Graphic: The Truth About Plastic

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Hormone Disruptor: BPA

Scientific America recently published the following information about BPA: “In recent years dozens of scientists around the globe have linked BPA to myriad health effects in rodents, mammary and prostate cancer, genital defects in males, early onset of puberty in … Continue reading

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The iMatter March

Hello! Please check out the next generation’s efforts to help the planet and themselves from this polluting era of corporations. You will be really impressed. Visit the kids at: imattermarch

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Toxic Chemicals in Babies by the Environmental Working Group

December, 2009 Laboratory tests commissioned by Environmental Working Group have, for the first time, detected bisphenol A (BPA), a plastic component and synthetic estrogen, in umbiblical cord blood of American infants. Nine of 10 randomly selected samples of cord blood … Continue reading

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What is inconvenience? Goffinet McLaren

On Saturday April 30, I had my portable ‘Be Plastic Bag Free’ display at a booth on a belated Earth Day event in North Charleston. The goal was to collect signatures from citizens who agreed with the notion of banning plastic shopping bags. … Continue reading

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The following four letters were submitted by fifth-grade students in Teresa Dionisio’s class at Waccamaw Elementary.

Dear Editor, We are concerned about sea turtles. These magnificent creatures need to be protected. They could be the next animal at the top of the endangered species list if we don’t act now. There are numerous reasons why these … Continue reading

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War on Plastic: ‘Culture Change’ by Jan Lindberg

Often recycling is offered as a solution to our plastic problem. While recycling is helpful, it is not the complete answer. As stated by Jan Lindberg: “Instead recycling and future bioplstics distract people from keeping plastic out oof their lives. … Continue reading

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