California: Lead the Fight Against Single-use Plastic

Take action to help turn this bold bill into law.
Plastic trash on beach
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Over the past few years momentum has been building to at last address the world's plastic-pollution crisis and avoid scientists' grim prediction that by 2050 there will be more plastic in our oceans than fish.

People are fed up with all the bottles, bags, straws and packaging being tossed into landfills and our environment. And now California has a chance to tackle the problem at its source.

Tell your state legislators to support two bills that would reduce throwaway plastics in California by 75% by 2030 — phasing out plastic packaging, containers and other products that can't be recycled or composted.

Significantly reducing our reliance on single-use plastics is necessary to meet our state's commitments to the climate and environment.

Send a letter to your state reps urging them to vote yes on this new legislation to curb throwaway plastics. This is California's chance to set a bold precedent.

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