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Dear YES! readers,
Do you feel like you’re using too much plastic? Maybe stories from our Solving Plastic issue made you want to reduce the plastic in your life. … I know I feel that way, which is why I’m excited to take part in the Plastic Free Ecochallenge starting July 1.
Will you join me?
The Plastic Free Ecochallenge is a monthlong effort to help all of us shift away from our single-use plastic dependency and care for our ecosystems. Hosted by our friends at Ecochallenge.org, it’s free and open to everyone.
You can choose from dozens of suggested ways to take action, from learning about local waste facilities and supporting policy proposals, to building new habits around food, personal care, pets, family, and more. As one past participant said, “The monthlong challenge really can change your habits for good!”
We’ll record our actions throughout the month so that we can track our collective impact. I can’t wait to see what the YES! community is capable of!
Use this special link to join the YES! team. If you’re new to Ecochallege.org, you’ll need to create an account. Otherwise, you can log in.
The more the merrier so, once you sign up, invite your friends to earn extra points and complete the challenge together.
Looking forward to July!
YES! Marketing Manager
(and Plastic Free Ecochallenge Captain)
Natalie Lubsen is the Marketing Manager at YES! Media, where she helps grow its base of readers and supporters. She lives on unceded Duwamish land in Seattle.