Break Free From Plastic is a global movement to stop plastic pollution for good made up of over 1900 organisations.
Zero Waste Cities 'approach is a continuous effort to phase out waste – not by burning or landfilling it – but instead by creating and implementing systems that do not generate waste in the first place.'
Upstream Solutions 'spark innovative solutions to plastic pollution. But the problem isn't just plastic. It's really the throw-away culture at the root of plastic pollution and a host of other issues. So we're building a movement to "make throw-away go away" through innovation, policy and culture change. And we want you to join us in changing the world...'
The Story of Stuff Project 'have a problem with Stuff: we have too much of it, too much of it is toxic, and we don’t share it very well. But that’s not the way things have to be...'
Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives (GAIA) are a worldwide alliance of more than 800 grassroots groups, non-governmental organizations, and individuals in over 90 countries whose ultimate vision is a just, toxic-free world without incineration.
The CHEM Trust aim 'to prevent man-made chemicals from causing long term damage to wildlife or humans, by ensuring that chemicals which cause such harm are substituted with safer alternatives.'
The Wayfinder Society is an organisation for young people to get involved in tackling plastic pollution. Plenty of resources and activities to become a plastic-free campaigner!
The Plastic Soup Foundation work to 'stop the plastic soup tsunami as soon as possible! If we do not achieve this, we are leaving future generations with a terrible plastic plague. We are a ‘single issue’ environmental organization that is concerned with one thing: stopping plastic pollution at its source.
The Plastic Health Coalition 'are constituted of leading scientists, policymakers and innovators. Their work concerns understanding the effects of microplastic pollution on human health. They fund scientific research and provide educational resources towards that aim.'