Monthly Archives: June 2012

Read a Bag It Fan Letter! – from Guest Blogger Jennie Ostrowski

To everyone associated with the making of ‘Bag It’, Thank you! I just finished watching the movie and it hit so many great points! I started out the movie thinking it would only concentrate on plastic bags however what most … Continue reading

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Nappies in Fife – by Rebecca Mayer

After compiling Bag It blog posts for two years, it is fun to come across an amusing and unique recycling concept.  This one makes me wish you, reader, were in the room, so that I could make you guess what … Continue reading

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Enter a World of Pure Imagination – by Rebecca Mayer

It may not (necessarily) be the next big step in hygiene, or health food, but it is definitely the next big step along the road to banning plastic packaging. And it reminds us of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory… … Continue reading

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What do you tell friends who think banning the bag is ludicrous?

It’s hard to imagine that people would be opposed to banning disposable plastic bags, here in our little Bag It bubble.  Our hometown of Telluride, Colorado, is, after all, decorated with Tibetan prayer flags (adopted as a symbol for “enlightened” … Continue reading

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Calling Geniuses…by Rebecca Mayer

Maybe you need a vacation (Rio, anyone?) or possibly you fancy being named a Plastic Pollution Genius… Either way, Plasticity 2012, A Big Conversation on the Future of Plastic, is looking for you.  Plasticity 2012 is “a full one-day conference … Continue reading

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