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July calendar with plants. Photo by Maddi Bazzocco on Unsplash

July calendar with plants. Photo by Maddi Bazzocco on Unsplash

Take the Plastic Free July Challenge - FREE Calendar!

29 Jun 2019

Keywords
  • sustainable living
  • plastic

It’s Plastic Free July! To help you on your journey to saying no to single-use plastic items, we’ve created a 31-day calendar with a tip each day. Are you up for the challenge?

 

 

Download Your Free Calendar as a PDF

 

 

 

Plastic Free July Challenge - 31 Day Calendar © WWF-Australia

 

Artwork by Candice Cameron


Download Your Free Calendar as a PDF

 

 

1. Sign the petition to end single-use plastic

2. Challenge a friend to go plastic free

3. Get your coffee in a reusable cup

4. Decline a plastic straw

5. Use a bamboo toothbrush

6. Join a beach clean up

7. Bring your own reusable bag

8. Bring your own cutlery

9. Bring your own takeaway containers

10. Choose a reusable drink bottle

11. Make your own personal care products

12. Switch to bar soap instead of liquid soap

13. Buy from bulk food stores

14. Recycle your old mobile phone

15. Choose plastic free produce

16. Try reusable food wrap

17. Use bamboo cotton buds

18. Sign the global petition to end plastic pollution

19. REDcycle your soft plastics

20. Reuse, reuse, reuse!

21. Choose natural fabrics

22. Shop for ReefCycle sunglasses

23. Slow down and eat-in

24. Choose a recycled plastic phone case

25. Choose a pencil over a pen

26. Skip plastic-bottled drinks

27.Take your own bread bag to the bakery

28. Bring your own cloth produce bags to the supermarket

29. Give old plastics a new life

30. Make your own newspaper bin liner

31. Switch to steel or bamboo pegs


Let us know how you go in the Plastic Free July challenge! Tag us in your social media posts on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter using the hashtag #EndSingleUsePlastic.


 
 

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