New Plastic-Free Tuesday posters: German and Romanian editions!

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About two weeks ago we presented our first offline campaign material. We were very delighted and surprised by the many positive comments from you. Thank you for your support! Some of you have asked for posters in other languages. We loved your input and are very grateful for the linguistic support. Today we proudly present two new editions, in German and in Romanian.

Instagram posters

Please help spread the word!
Here they are, our new posters! Click on a poster to download. Click here for the Dutch and English editions. They are great in A3 and A4 size. Plastic-Free Tuesday can only become a global movement with your help. So please help us spread the word. Print one or more posters and hang them in your library, university, shop, classroom, hospital waiting room, window, and on the streets like Gerda did. You can find her tips on where and how (use plasticfree glue!) to put the posters up here.

If you put up a poster, please take a picture and share it with us. Leave a comment or share your poster experience on social media, using #PlasticFreeTuesday. Together we can make a difference. One day at a time.

PFT Poster German A3                                      PFT Poster Romanian A3
Help us design more posters!
We would love to receive YOUR input regarding text in your language. It doesn’t need to be a literal translation of the English or Dutch editions. Most important is that it fits local culture and habits, and that the posters really get people thinking about their plastic consumption. Leave a comment below or send us an email through info at the_name_of_our_website dot com.

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About Author

Annemieke

In 2013, after reading yet another article about plastic soup, Annemieke started her Dutch blog Plasticminimalism where she documented her small steps towards life with less plastic. To create more awareness about the adverse impacts of our plastic consumption, she launched Plastic-Free Tuesday in spring 2014. She strongly believes that building a better world starts by changing our own behavior. Annemieke is an environmental scientist by training. She alternates living in the Netherlands, Sweden, the US, and China.

1 Comment

  1. Marlies

    Love them! So happy! Hope we can add new languages soon. Big thanks to the Instagram community for helping us out with these!

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