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Welcome to the Good News Gallery, where we’ll share stories and pictures to inspire and remind you that one person CAN make a difference!

Maine Becomes First State to Ban Styrofoam Food Containers

Big changes are on the way in daily waste behaviors: "Maine became the first state to ban food containers made of polystyrene, commonly known as styrofoam, on April 30 when Gov. Janet Mills signed legislation sponsored by State Rep (D) Stanley Zeigler." Read the full...

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READ AND BE INSPIRED!

Young women from around the world are taking action and bringing the rest of us along. Time for us all to get involved! Click to read "12 Female Climate Activists Who Are Saving the Planet" on GlobalCitizen.org.

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Getting Back to The Three Rs: Reduce, Reuse, lastly Recycle

If stuff is coming to your door, this approach means more cardboard waste, but reuse is a step in the right direction. Even better step: Local store, Ozark Natural Foods, sells milk in returnable bottles. Shopping locally at a brick and mortar store that takes back...

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World Oceans Day 2018

World Oceans Day 2018: the battle against single-use plastic Today (June 8, 2018) is World Oceans Day. Read live blog articles on CNN about efforts around the world to reduce single-use plastic. Let's celebrate our oceans by protecting them. Let's reduce our use of...

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National Geographic: The Death of the Plastic Straw

National Geographic reports on a growing trend: Hotels, resorts, safaris, and cruises are increasingly banning plastic straws. In the United States, we dispose of millions of plastic straws each day. In the U.K., at least 4.4 billion straws are estimated to be thrown...

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If You Build It, You Must Feed It

Beware of building BIG facilities. When you do, you must justify their existence, financially. That means you gotta promote more consumption instead of less. A seriously sustainable program encourages individuals to take personal responsibility for their consumption...

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