World Environmental Day is June 5th and, as a part of it, the United Nations launched a global challenge to beat plastic pollution. In response Plaine Plaine is challenging our followers to join in and help beat plastic pollution.
Beat plastic pollution is the theme of this year’s World Environment Day, which happens on June 5. The movement encourages you to give up single-use plastics and replace them with reusable and sustainable alternatives. Participants are asked to announce their commitment on social media and tag their friends to help spread the message within 24 hours. The concept is based on the successful ALS Ice Bucket challenge.
A growing number of celebrities and environmentalists are taking part in the challenge, including actor Adrian Grenier. Grenier has vigorously campaigned against plastic straws as co-founder of Lonely Whale. “We use 500 million of these suckers every single day in the U.S. alone,” the UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador said in his video. “The good news is that people and businesses are making the switch. And it’s so easy, all you have to do is switch to an environmentally friendly alternative.”
Plaine Products Challenges You to Beat Plastic Pollution!
At Plaine Products our mission is to eliminate single use plastics in the bathroom. We started in the shower, but we know our followers are always willing to do more. So we’re challenging all of you to join us in celebrating World Environmental Day and taking the #beatplasticpollution challenge. When you do we’ll say thanks by sending you a coupon code good for 30% off on our site!
Between now and June 11th post a video, story or photo on facebook, instagram or twitter to share how you are beating plastic pollution. Mention that Plaine Products challenged you and share any single use plastic items you have replaced with a reusable option. Tag some friends and challenge them to join in. Tag @plaineproducts in the video and we’ll send you a coupon via whatever social media channel you’re using. You can find us on social media here: Twitter, Facebook, & Instagram
We know small changes can make a big impact. Let us know what changes you’ve made and inspire your friends to help end single use plastic!