Global and growing – Posters in Slovenian and Finnish!

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Since we launched Plastic-Free Tuesday last January, many people have joined us. Hundreds of you have expressed support by not buying or throwing away any plastic on Tuesdays. Thank you so much!!! We are so happy to see that people all across the world are taking a stand against plastic. Together we can make a difference.

This month our friends at Ekologi brez meja (Ecologists without Borders) launched Plastic-Free Tuesday in Slovenia. Ekologi brez meja advocates for a cleaner environment and less waste. Currently the organization focuses on reducing the use of plastic bags by monitoring plastic bag usage, providing alternatives, and lobbying for legislation, amongst other things. We are so happy and proud to work together for a world with less plastic and less waste.

In support of Plastic-Free Tuesday in Slovenia, we have added a Slovenian edition to our collection of awesome campaign posters. While at it, we also made a Finnish version. The posters are available for download in pdf format, click here to see all the posters (then right-click to download and save the pdf).

PFT Poster Slovenian A3               PFT Poster Finnish A3
Read our tips for plastic-free glue and how and where best to spread the posters. 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.

Do you want to have the Plastic-Free Tuesday poster in your language too? Please leave a message below or find us on social media and help us translate the message! Let’s continue to work together to #StopThePlasticWasteStream. Don’t feed the Plastic Monster!

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Annemieke

In 2013, after reading yet another article about plastic soup, Annemieke started her Dutch blog Plasticminimalism where she documented her small steps towards a plastic-free life. 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 and sinologist. She alternates living in the Netherlands, Sweden, the US, and China while working towards her PhD dissertation about public health incidents and law in China.

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