World Environment Day Tag

Array of disposable rubbish discarded on the beach including plastic, takeaway cups, crisp packets etc.

World Environment Day is Tuesday 5th June, let’s raise awareness.

How to play the World Environment Day Tag

The major issue of plastic pollution has been gaining much awareness lately, thanks to numerous documentaries and high profile campaigns. Have you seen our post about plastic pollution and doing your bit? As we wake up to the level of destruction to our planet caused by single- use plastics, people are increasingly switching to reusables. Hooray! Join us in this global game of tag by sharing photos of your reusables to help #beatplasticpollution Let’s play!

The Rules

All games have rules These ones are very simple…

1. Take a photo of between 1- 3 reusable items that you personally have switched to, in order to help tackle plastic pollution.

2. Caption your photo with a short message to raise awareness.

3. Also include your top tip for beating plastic pollution.

4. Share your photo and caption, along with your top tip, tagging at least three other people.

5. Please also link back to me in your blog post and tag me on social media, thank you!

Blog: Family Makes

Twitter: @FamilyMakes

Facebook: Family Makes

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That’s it, just 5 easy steps!

Oh, and don’t forget to use the hashtag #BeatPlasticPollution and #WorldEnvironmentDay in your posts too!

We often share tips we have found online on our Facebook page, so please follow us and check back often.

My Top Tip

Start small and make simple changes. Every little bit helps – from stopping using straws to switching out handwash and shower gel in plastic bottles and using soap instead (like we are), each household that does this will make a difference. And of course, recycle any plastic you do use. This photo quote says it all for us:

Plastic bottle recycling meme

Here’s my photo…

We’ve started using bars of soap instead of handwash and shower gel in plastic containers. We are also re-using carrier bags of course (preferably cotton rather than plastic), and re-using drinks bottles. Simple things.

What switches have you made to help #BeatPlasticPollution? Show me your reusables!

Tag, you’re it!

Now I am tagging the following lovely bloggers to take part in this World Environment Day tag …

Little Fish Blog

Island Living 365

Mimi Rose and Me

The Organised Life Project

Home and Horizon

Many thanks to Freddie’s Mummy UK for tagging us!

Enjoy the scenery of this beautiful place in my could-do list for May

2 Replies to “World Environment Day Tag”

  1. What a great idea Cal – and I applaud you for tackling this one head on…it’s a great little project! x

  2. Great post, even in the now…. This year and always we should to keep our environment clean to avoid the hazards of a litterred and dirty enviroment

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