Enviro Close-Up # 619 "Plastic Free with Beth Terry"

"Plastic Free with Beth Terry."
Beth Terry is the author of Plastic Free: How I Kicked the Plastic Habit and How You Can Too. After learning about the North Pacific Gyre, also known as "Great Pacific Garbage Patch" -- the gigantic deposit of plastic debris floating in the middle of the Pacific Ocean -- she embarked on a plastic free life. Terry, a founding member of the Plastic Pollution Coalition, explains in this Enviro Close-Up how everyone can live plastic free. Her blog, MyPlasticFreeLife.com, is the leading blog on plastic free living.

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