This could be a straw with two punching gloves on either end, beating the sh☠️t out of our dear ocean.
It could be a strand of plastic bag, a balloon string or really any type, shape, or brand of plastic. But however you cut it up, this is the state of our oceans.
A #strawlessocean ocean is the opening move, a step, a gateway opportunity for consumers to begin to address their plastic consumption all around. This could be a straw, but it's not. A #strawlessocean is an ocean free of all plastic. Photo: @justinhofman
I got my Mr. Rogers on by visiting a recycling facility with @LonelyWhale to understand where our plastics and plastic straws end up. How many straws do you see in the second image? That pile was material that was unable to be recycled and is now headed to a landfill. Straws are too small to be sorted, thusly are not recycled. This is our ocean impact, this is our responsibility. #stopsucking ✌🏼@recologycleanscapes #strawlessinseattle
#ClimateChange enough for you? My heart goes out to all those effected by this man-influenced disaster, It's time to protect our people from the greed of the fossil fuel industry at the expense of our right to life, liberty and a cities free of floods. Who's paying for this? We are. #climaterefugees (see article in my bio, climate scientists are more and more able to link climate change to disasters such as this)