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Sponsored by: The Rainforest Site

Paper and plastic bags are the deadliest items you can find at a grocery store. These pollutants are widely available, often for free, and have become a part of many people's daily lives outside the market. But while paper and plastic bags are sometimes reused for lunch-bags or G.I. Joe parachutes (respectively), their production and ultimate destination result in horrific environmental consequences.

Plastic bags cause hundred of thousands of marine mammal deaths per year when they are mistaken for food, and the production of paper bags creates seventy percent more pollution than that of their plastic counterparts. Each drop of water in the Earth's oceans contains tiny indigestible microplastics that accumulate as they move up the food-chain, and recycling paper bags costs almost double the energy of recycling plastic.

Don't be a part of the problem — be THE solution. Take reusable bags to the grocery store, and encourage others to do the same. Sign the pledge to bring AT LEAST ONE reusable bag each time you take a trip to the supermarket — it could change the world!

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Jun 24, 2017 Miriam Feehily
Jun 21, 2017 Kathy & Judy Sutter
Jun 19, 2017 Heike Werner
Jun 19, 2017 Marc van de Waarsenburg
Jun 18, 2017 Lindsey Dakin
Jun 18, 2017 bellinda rolf-jansen
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Jun 17, 2017 Christiane Henker
Jun 13, 2017 Susan Purcell
Jun 13, 2017 Lucilla Bellucci
Jun 9, 2017 Beth Smith
Jun 5, 2017 Jim Faulks
Jun 3, 2017 Connie - please Raper
Jun 3, 2017 Frédéric Jaubert
Jun 2, 2017 Millie Mondragon
May 29, 2017 Jacqueline Lamoureux
May 28, 2017 Kim Spooner
May 25, 2017 Sandra Ainsley
May 20, 2017 James Deschene
May 20, 2017 Shirley Troia
May 18, 2017 butch moto
May 12, 2017 FERRUCCIO ROMEO
May 10, 2017 Lix Tuls lixl0000000@gmail.com
May 1, 2017 Jo Smith
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Apr 21, 2017 Nicholas Lee
Apr 16, 2017 Lanette Norris
Apr 14, 2017 Victoria Joslin
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Apr 14, 2017 Natasha Jenkins
Apr 6, 2017 Patricia Poole Also, do not accept straws when purchasing a soft drink or plastic silverware. Carry your own silverware and container to take leftover home food from restuarants instead of accepting styrophome. Stop the use of plastic as much as possible.
Apr 5, 2017 Susan Fisher
Apr 3, 2017 Elise Caplan
Apr 3, 2017 Deborah Lill
Apr 3, 2017 Michalla Sutton
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Mar 25, 2017 Alice VanKoevering
Mar 25, 2017 linda farrar
Mar 20, 2017 Pia Heyn
Mar 20, 2017 Alessandra Paolini
Mar 18, 2017 Adair Leonard
Mar 13, 2017 Kristi Weber
Mar 12, 2017 janine pol
Mar 10, 2017 Heather Cohen
Mar 10, 2017 Corey Williams
Mar 8, 2017 Henriette Matthijssen
Mar 8, 2017 Sigfrido Losada Torreiro
Mar 8, 2017 Kyriaki P
Mar 7, 2017 Evangelia Avrampou
Mar 7, 2017 Joanne Montgomery

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