09/29/2010 Udpate: The winner of the PPC t-shirt is Danielle. Congratulations!
Take the Plastic Pollution Coalition’s S.U.P.E.R. Hero Pledge to refuse single-use disposable plastics and/or come out to the Hooked On Plastic event at which I’ll be speaking this Thursday night, for a chance to WIN an über stylish PPC t-shirt (see pictures below.) I took pictures of my boobs for you, people! And you can participate even if you’re not in the Bay Area.
To enter, do one of these things:
Hooked On Plastics
This Thursday evening, I’ll be joining Manuel Maqueda, co-founder of the Plastic Pollution Coalition, who travelled to Midway to witness the devastating impact of plastic pollution on the island’s eco-system and albatross population that live there, and activist artist Judith Selby who creates her pieces from the plastic trash that washes up on the beach in Northern California. We’ll be showing clips from several different plastic-related films, including Bag It: Is Your Life Too Plastic?, the latest film to shed light on the plastic problem and in which I make a brief appearance.
When: Thu, Sep 16 | 7pm – 9pm |
Where: Intersection 5M, 925 Mission Street at 5th Street, SF
Price: $5-$15. Free for Intersection members
Phone: (415) 626-2787 x109
PPC S.U.P.E.R. Hero Pledge
The Plastic Pollution Coalition is bringing together environmental organizations, activists, celebrities, and other influencers and decision-makers to counteract the messages propagated by the deep pockets of the plastics industry. In particular, they want us to refuse single-use disposable plastics, and you can start by taking the pledge.
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Leave a comment below letting me know what actions you took for a chance to win a tshirt advertising your commitment to get disposable plastics out of your life. Or go ahead and buy a PPC shirt (Plastic Is Washed Up or ReThink), PPC Water Bottle, or any other item from BuyGreen.com (a great company that has never bought new packing material), and support Fake Plastic Fish! As an affiliate of BuyGreen, Fake Plastic Fish earns a (very) small percentage of sales through this site.
And now, here are my boobs the shirts: