From the City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs… Creek by Creek March 18 – May 8, 2022 City Gallery at Waterfront Park The City…View More EXHIBITION: Creek by Creek
Three in four people worldwide want single-use plastics to be banned as soon as possible, according to a poll released on Tuesday, as United Nations…View More SURVEY: 75% of people want single-use plastics banned
From our friends at Charleston Waterkeeper… Stand up for clean water today! Let’s get the nurdle bill moving! Special interests groups in Columbia put the…View More ACT NOW: Let’s Get the Nurdle Bill Moving!
When representatives gather in Nairobi in late February for the Fifth Session of the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA 5.2), the decisions they make will…View More ACT NOW: Support a Global Treaty on Plastics
From our a collaboration amongst our friends… Plastic pollution is a pervasive problem. It litters our neighborhood streets and local waterways. It affects wildlife and…View More FEB 23: Webinar – The Road to Plastic Free Waters
From our friends at Charleston Waterkeeper… Plastic nurdle pollution is a big problem on our beaches and in our waterways. It endangers wildlife, becomes more…View More ACT NOW: Stop Plastic Nurdle Pollution