【環保網紅】國外5位instagram網紅推薦,跟上減塑風潮!

看膩了網美的早安晚安文?想在ig追蹤一些用心分享的環保名人?趕快來看看好日子推薦的五個環保名人ig吧!不僅可以得到啟發、欣賞美麗的照片、激勵自己努力減塑,還能順便練英文(因為她們的貼文都是英文的)!環保人不必孤單刻苦,透過這些紅人的分享,會發現永續生活的美感與樂趣。

1. Zoe Jazz

Zoe Jazz 相信藉著一步一步的小改變,每個人都可以漸漸養成零浪費的習慣。她會自己研發很多環保清潔用品的配方,並在個人網站上和大家分享,像是體香膏、洗衣粉、潔牙粉等。她的ig帳號名 “ain’t no planet b” 意思是我們沒有第二個地球,planet B 諧音 plan B,plan B指的是相對於plan A的替代方案。但是我們的地球如果生病了,可沒有第二個替代的星球。ain’t 是am not 的口語用法,ain’t no 雙重否定是一種語氣強調,表示根本沒有第二顆地球,所以要好好愛護它!

🍯🍯🍯 Stay gold. Honey highlights and cut by @nikki_mrburrowshair. For those asking if you can dye over henna - The answer is: It depends. I had no issues. Do a strand test first. Invest in a treatment to strip out the henna and any build up. Apparently, it makes a difference if the henna was organic or not (I used @lush organic “caca brun” 💩).
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I went to @mrburrowshair who are part of @sustainablesalonsanz. This means all the foil, plastics, chemicals AND hair gets either recycled, reused or composted before being disposed of responsibly. This org is amazing. They have successfully managed the fine art of coordinating a whole lot of independent, small businesses to do everything they can to avoid landfill (big love to @_reground for managing the same system with coffee grounds). It’s a huge endeavour!
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If you’re in Australia or New Zealand and your salon isn’t part of @sustainablesalonsanz, then ask if they at least compost the hair clippings. Same goes for coffee grounds. It’s all pure gold for our soil.
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Disclaimer: Yes it’s a sustainable salon but if we’re talking about environmentally-friendly choices, what would be better than bleaching my hair is *not* bleaching my hair. Tough titties, Mother Earth. I needed a change.
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#newlook #staygold #honeycolor #balayage #foils #notsponsored #willneverbesponsored #hairandbeauty #sustainablehair #sustainablesalon #environmentallyconscious #haircut #bleachisneversustainable #butimrockingitanyway #myhairlookslikenoodles #sendnoods 🍜
🍯🍯🍯 Stay gold. Honey highlights and cut by @nikki_mrburrowshair. For those asking if you can dye over henna - The answer is: It depends. I had no issues. Do a strand test first. Invest in a treatment to strip out the henna and any build up. Apparently, it makes a difference if the henna was organic or not (I used @lush organic “caca brun” 💩). . . I went to @mrburrowshair who are part of @sustainablesalonsanz. This means all the foil, plastics, chemicals AND hair gets either recycled, reused or composted before being disposed of responsibly. This org is amazing. They have successfully managed the fine art of coordinating a whole lot of independent, small businesses to do everything they can to avoid landfill (big love to @_reground for managing the same system with coffee grounds). It’s a huge endeavour! . . If you’re in Australia or New Zealand and your salon isn’t part of @sustainablesalonsanz, then ask if they at least compost the hair clippings. Same goes for coffee grounds. It’s all pure gold for our soil. . . Disclaimer: Yes it’s a sustainable salon but if we’re talking about environmentally-friendly choices, what would be better than bleaching my hair is *not* bleaching my hair. Tough titties, Mother Earth. I needed a change. . . #newlook #staygold #honeycolor #balayage #foils #notsponsored #willneverbesponsored #hairandbeauty #sustainablehair #sustainablesalon #environmentallyconscious #haircut #bleachisneversustainable #butimrockingitanyway #myhairlookslikenoodles #sendnoods 🍜

2. Lauren Singer

Lauren Singer是美國紐約的環保紅人,在ig上有三十三萬粉絲。大學時在紐約大學主修環境相關科系,之後開始實踐零浪費生活,四年的垃圾只有一個罐子那麼多。極富想法的她還成立自己的品牌,販售環保生活用品,包括竹牙刷、竹杯等等。

3. Bea Johnson

Bea Johnson是個在美國加州生活的法國裔媽媽,同時也是零浪費生活的推廣者,她們一家四口一整年製造的垃圾只有一個罐子那麼多。她提倡不買不需要的、減少物質慾望、重複使用、資源回收,於是進到家裡的東西越來越少,自然也不再有垃圾需要丟出。她的著作《Zero Waste Home 我家沒垃圾》被翻譯成二十種語言,書中鉅細靡遺地分享在客廳、飯廳、廚房、衛浴等各種家庭空間中減低垃圾的創意妙方。

A few months ago, I posted a similar image📷 for a
A few months ago, I posted a similar image📷 for a "zero waste kitchen". I recently stumbled upon its equivalent for a "zero waste bathroom" 🚿 Again, I do not know where these images🖼 originated, but they (along with many blogs and social media channels out there) support the false idea that in order to achieve zero waste in our homes 🏘, we need to buy more stuff💰. The merchandising of the zero waste lifestyle (or having to refuse countless product partnerships daily to keep my social media true and ad free) is not something I foresaw when starting this! But I guess, in a consumerist society any new trend is bound to become merchandised, even if completely contradictory with the core idea itself 😅 If you're starting your journey🧭, you're probably wondering: what is it that I need (or don't need) in the bathroom🧼 to achieve this lifestyle? Of course, everyone's needs are different, but to help you navigate the phletora of inconsistent information out there, I have crossed out in red all the products that we don't use. Keep in mind that the best advantage of this lifestyle is the simple life -it's what makes time⏰ in your life for what matters most to you! But only can you reap those benefits if you learn to stop things from coming in your home, cluttering your space and mind. #refrain #curate (For the kitchen, please refer to my profile's achive) #zerowaste #zerodechet #zerowastehome #ZWHtour #zerowastehomebook #zerowastelifestyle #5Rs #ZWH #wastefree #refuse #reduce #reuse #minimalism #simpleliving #lessismore #voluntarysimplicity
Last year, dropping off my eldest @concordiauniversity in Montreal hit me like a ton of bricks 🧱 -turning the page on a new chapter of my life is not something I had expected to affect me as much as it did.  For a year📅, I have been dreading and preparing myself for dropping off our youngest. But kicking off a yearlong speaking tour🎙while adjusting to nomad living and the workings of our #airstream (we’ve had a rough couple of weeks of technical problems), has kept my mind off the meaning of his departure and eased the pain 🤕. Leo is now a proud @UOregon duck🦆 and we’re the proud parents of a beautiful boy, with a beautiful mind 🧠 , a beautiful heart ❤  and a bright future ahead🚀. Knowing that he’s picked the perfect school 🌲for what he has to give and has yet to learn, gives me such a sense of relief.
I am often asked if my boys plan on being zero waste when they grow up. I don’t have the answer. With us, they lived longer without waste than with waste 🗑; they are in a way guinea pigs 🐷 of waste-free living. I do expect them to challenge what we’ve taught them (just as any young adult does, not matter how they were raised), and be tempted to buy the chips or the Oreos we didn’t buy for a decade. But what reassures me as a mom, is knowing that I have given them the tools 🛠 to do it if they choose to as they become independent. Until now what’s made them different from other kids is not the jar of trash we produced on a yearly basis but an upbringing filled with experiences instead of things. All I wish for them is a continued life of Being instead of Having -as they already know that’s what makes life richer 💫 (Next scheduled talks on #ZWHtour: Denver area where we're currently braving the snow!)
#collectmomentsnotthings  #zerowaste #zerodechet #zerowastehome #goingtiny  #zerowastehomebook #zerowastelifestyle #emptynesters #ZWH #airstreamlife
Last year, dropping off my eldest @concordiauniversity in Montreal hit me like a ton of bricks 🧱 -turning the page on a new chapter of my life is not something I had expected to affect me as much as it did. For a year📅, I have been dreading and preparing myself for dropping off our youngest. But kicking off a yearlong speaking tour🎙while adjusting to nomad living and the workings of our #airstream (we’ve had a rough couple of weeks of technical problems), has kept my mind off the meaning of his departure and eased the pain 🤕. Leo is now a proud @UOregon duck🦆 and we’re the proud parents of a beautiful boy, with a beautiful mind 🧠 , a beautiful heart ❤ and a bright future ahead🚀. Knowing that he’s picked the perfect school 🌲for what he has to give and has yet to learn, gives me such a sense of relief. I am often asked if my boys plan on being zero waste when they grow up. I don’t have the answer. With us, they lived longer without waste than with waste 🗑; they are in a way guinea pigs 🐷 of waste-free living. I do expect them to challenge what we’ve taught them (just as any young adult does, not matter how they were raised), and be tempted to buy the chips or the Oreos we didn’t buy for a decade. But what reassures me as a mom, is knowing that I have given them the tools 🛠 to do it if they choose to as they become independent. Until now what’s made them different from other kids is not the jar of trash we produced on a yearly basis but an upbringing filled with experiences instead of things. All I wish for them is a continued life of Being instead of Having -as they already know that’s what makes life richer 💫 (Next scheduled talks on #ZWHtour: Denver area where we're currently braving the snow!) #collectmomentsnotthings #zerowaste #zerodechet #zerowastehome #goingtiny #zerowastehomebook #zerowastelifestyle #emptynesters #ZWH #airstreamlife

4.Gabi Genial

Gabi 有很多創新的點子,她的ig總是有讓人眼睛一亮的環保靈感。有時減塑路上難免感到孤單,不過看到她真誠地記錄著環保生活的喜悅以及鼓勵,又充滿動力了呢!熱愛美食的她常發美美的食物照,也會分享保鮮蔬果的小撇步,像是花椰菜和花束一樣喜歡喝水,所以可以放在裝水的容器裡。

5.Kate Nelson

Kate Nelson是一個很有生命力的澳洲女孩,熱愛潛水也關心環保。有趣的是她會舉辦收費的海洋旅遊行程,除了帶你潛到海中欣賞繽紛的海洋生物,還會透過工作坊教學製作環保用品、討論塑膠議題等等,將旅遊跟環保推廣結合。

Don’t kid yourself. 🙃 If it’s PLASTIC it is NOT VEGAN. It is not safe for animals. It is not safe for our environment. It is not even safe for humans. .
The material leaches chemicals and sheds particles that are TOXIC from the get go. Causing harm from its wildlife habitat displacement during the fossil fuel extraction, to its production that pollutes immensely creating toxic working conditions, to its transportation emitting carbon, to its use as a product (this is when you and I ingest/inhale/absorb the toxins), to its disposal—less than 9% of plastics EVER made have been collected for recycling & most are not made into products of equal value, so perhaps they are “downcycled” but MOST go to landfill or the environment. Where they threaten wildlife. Whether suffocating animals, choking them upon ingestion, or killing them slowly from the inside—PLASTIC WILL NEVER BE VEGAN. .
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Don’t believe vegan-washing that preaches it’s vegan friendly yet is made of plastic. SAVVY UP, people. This is Business for profit manipulating and weaponising your commitment and ethics by posing as business for purpose. Maybe they mean well. We are all learning more every day. Sharpening our conscience and our role in a consumer society. Vegan shoes, vegan leather, vegan food packaged in plastic—is not vegan if it is plastic. It is BIG OIL, which has its claws in diverse industries that are harming animals. It is not vegan unless it is made from PLANTS not fossil fuels.
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We are all LEARNING. Breathe deep and cultivate love and compassion as we discuss with each other. 💙💙💙
Don’t kid yourself. 🙃 If it’s PLASTIC it is NOT VEGAN. It is not safe for animals. It is not safe for our environment. It is not even safe for humans. . The material leaches chemicals and sheds particles that are TOXIC from the get go. Causing harm from its wildlife habitat displacement during the fossil fuel extraction, to its production that pollutes immensely creating toxic working conditions, to its transportation emitting carbon, to its use as a product (this is when you and I ingest/inhale/absorb the toxins), to its disposal—less than 9% of plastics EVER made have been collected for recycling & most are not made into products of equal value, so perhaps they are “downcycled” but MOST go to landfill or the environment. Where they threaten wildlife. Whether suffocating animals, choking them upon ingestion, or killing them slowly from the inside—PLASTIC WILL NEVER BE VEGAN. . . Don’t believe vegan-washing that preaches it’s vegan friendly yet is made of plastic. SAVVY UP, people. This is Business for profit manipulating and weaponising your commitment and ethics by posing as business for purpose. Maybe they mean well. We are all learning more every day. Sharpening our conscience and our role in a consumer society. Vegan shoes, vegan leather, vegan food packaged in plastic—is not vegan if it is plastic. It is BIG OIL, which has its claws in diverse industries that are harming animals. It is not vegan unless it is made from PLANTS not fossil fuels. . We are all LEARNING. Breathe deep and cultivate love and compassion as we discuss with each other. 💙💙💙
I gave my fancy reusable cup away on Monday to arrestable @extinctionrebellionnl rebels. It was freezing cold and the activists had already been standing there for hours and planned to stay all week. So we filled up all of the containers we could find with hot oat milk (every cafe has oat milk here!😍) lattes and handed them out until the police threatened to group us with the arrestable activists. This seemed like a good time for me to part with my reusables if ever a moment. So now I take my coffee to go in this repurposed glass jar that possibly once held olives, if I can read what is left of the label. My reusable cup was also glass, so they are equally vulnerable and require more care to prevent from shattering. This however is an upgrade because it seals tight! So I can throw it in my bag without concern for spilling! Unlike my previous cup that had a nice lip for sipping but would spill if left unattended. 😉 .
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We don’t need fancy reusables. We just need reusables. There is no excuse for single use. Not ever. But especially not with today’s ultra vulnerable environment and thousands of species already on the brink of extinction. Let’s support our wildlife and the earth we all live in. Bring your own! Be happy with a repurposed jar or a fancy cup. PLUS paper coffee cups are lined with plastic, so avoid the micro plastics and toxic chemicals leaching from the mystery plastic lining. #iquitplastics #plasticfree #plasticfreeforthesea
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#sustainableoutfit top by local sisters who I’ve known for 8 years @rodetonowear #supportlocal & vintage Levi’s I got from my friends vintage shop @trashbyronbay underneath i wear oooh la las by @anekdotboutique
I gave my fancy reusable cup away on Monday to arrestable @extinctionrebellionnl rebels. It was freezing cold and the activists had already been standing there for hours and planned to stay all week. So we filled up all of the containers we could find with hot oat milk (every cafe has oat milk here!😍) lattes and handed them out until the police threatened to group us with the arrestable activists. This seemed like a good time for me to part with my reusables if ever a moment. So now I take my coffee to go in this repurposed glass jar that possibly once held olives, if I can read what is left of the label. My reusable cup was also glass, so they are equally vulnerable and require more care to prevent from shattering. This however is an upgrade because it seals tight! So I can throw it in my bag without concern for spilling! Unlike my previous cup that had a nice lip for sipping but would spill if left unattended. 😉 . . We don’t need fancy reusables. We just need reusables. There is no excuse for single use. Not ever. But especially not with today’s ultra vulnerable environment and thousands of species already on the brink of extinction. Let’s support our wildlife and the earth we all live in. Bring your own! Be happy with a repurposed jar or a fancy cup. PLUS paper coffee cups are lined with plastic, so avoid the micro plastics and toxic chemicals leaching from the mystery plastic lining. #iquitplastics #plasticfree #plasticfreeforthesea . #sustainableoutfit top by local sisters who I’ve known for 8 years @rodetonowear #supportlocal & vintage Levi’s I got from my friends vintage shop @trashbyronbay underneath i wear oooh la las by @anekdotboutique
Fashion is one of the biggest polluters. It's time we rebel against fast fashion. Buy less. Buy used. Buy what will last. Support local makers, designers, growers, creators. And PUSH big brands to take meaningful action. The big brands have the resources to make systemic change. Whilst I used to boycott corporate, they are undeniably a part of the conversation. The environmental & human cost of making our clothes pushed me to join the #secondhand movement & give up buying new stuff. .
It is estimated that 70% of Asia's rivers & lakes are contaminated by the 2.5 billion gallons of wastewater produced by that continent's textile industry. (@greenpeace) Since voting with our dollar is so effective, it's best to just keep our money out of that toxic industry.
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When @Wrangler approached me to show off their new #indigood collection that uses foam dying which ELIMINATES ALL WATER from the dying process I intrigued. The foam dying technology functions without any toxic reduction chemicals, instead transferring dye to yarn with a foaming agent in an airtight environment sealed by a nitrogen hood. FANCY. Not only does foam-dyeing cut out the need for massive quantities of water, thanks to the overall efficiency of the process, Wrangler is boasting 60% less energy & chemical waste creation. The blue jeans industry can use all the help it can get. This is a WIN.
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Buy second hand. Buy used. But IF YOU DO BUY NEW, don't be shy. ASK ALL THE QUESTIONS. Demand transparency all the way up the supply chain. Because these water free blue jeans are the result of all that consumer questioning. 💙💙💙💙💙
More on my blog : iquitplastics.com/blog/wrangler-indigood-blue-jeans
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#indigood #wranglerAustralia #iconslastforever #wranglerdenim #sustainabledenim
Fashion is one of the biggest polluters. It's time we rebel against fast fashion. Buy less. Buy used. Buy what will last. Support local makers, designers, growers, creators. And PUSH big brands to take meaningful action. The big brands have the resources to make systemic change. Whilst I used to boycott corporate, they are undeniably a part of the conversation. The environmental & human cost of making our clothes pushed me to join the #secondhand movement & give up buying new stuff. . It is estimated that 70% of Asia's rivers & lakes are contaminated by the 2.5 billion gallons of wastewater produced by that continent's textile industry. (@greenpeace) Since voting with our dollar is so effective, it's best to just keep our money out of that toxic industry. . When @Wrangler approached me to show off their new #indigood collection that uses foam dying which ELIMINATES ALL WATER from the dying process I intrigued. The foam dying technology functions without any toxic reduction chemicals, instead transferring dye to yarn with a foaming agent in an airtight environment sealed by a nitrogen hood. FANCY. Not only does foam-dyeing cut out the need for massive quantities of water, thanks to the overall efficiency of the process, Wrangler is boasting 60% less energy & chemical waste creation. The blue jeans industry can use all the help it can get. This is a WIN. . Buy second hand. Buy used. But IF YOU DO BUY NEW, don't be shy. ASK ALL THE QUESTIONS. Demand transparency all the way up the supply chain. Because these water free blue jeans are the result of all that consumer questioning. 💙💙💙💙💙 More on my blog : iquitplastics.com/blog/wrangler-indigood-blue-jeans . #indigood #wranglerAustralia #iconslastforever #wranglerdenim #sustainabledenim
Are you joining the International Rebellion that begins tomorrow?
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Oct 7 WORLDWIDE DAY OF PEACEFUL PAUSE in solidarity with ALL life🍃
asking for immediate government action on our fast warming planet 😍🙏🏽🌍 🔥💦
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Too many places are burning, sick of these apocalyptic vibes? Let’s make drastic positive regenerative change (systems, values, leaders) now! What kind of change?
Major cities on Earth will be blocked & shut down during this rebellion to demand that government tell the truth. We can only hope to respond adequately if we acknowledge the acute & existential nature of the crisis. Government should declare & communicate the climate & ecological emergency.
The government is not protecting its citizens; the social contract is broken. For 30 years there has been talking, but policy is nowhere near addressing the systemic threats facing us. .
The climate crisis has already created millions of refugees & if unaddressed could create up to 1.5 billion in the next 30 years. Where will they go? An acute water crisis is developing in around the world, threatening a quarter of humanity​. It could escalate very quickly & lead to social collapse. We are in the midst of the sixth mass extinction. Human activities are endangering the survival of up to a million species.
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Join your local @extinctionrebellion group on October 7th & bring the peaceful positive vibes for the planet #staysafe #weloveyouearth #science #carbonneutralby2025 #renewableenergyforall 
#electricvehicles #citycomposting #plasticbans .
Photo from the recent adventure to see how bleached & dead the Great Barrier Reef is since the oceans have been heating up. It’s growing back! But it won’t survive. Unless we take action. Photographer my mer sis @celiagalpinphotography 💙
Are you joining the International Rebellion that begins tomorrow? . Oct 7 WORLDWIDE DAY OF PEACEFUL PAUSE in solidarity with ALL life🍃 asking for immediate government action on our fast warming planet 😍🙏🏽🌍 🔥💦 . . Too many places are burning, sick of these apocalyptic vibes? Let’s make drastic positive regenerative change (systems, values, leaders) now! What kind of change? Major cities on Earth will be blocked & shut down during this rebellion to demand that government tell the truth. We can only hope to respond adequately if we acknowledge the acute & existential nature of the crisis. Government should declare & communicate the climate & ecological emergency. The government is not protecting its citizens; the social contract is broken. For 30 years there has been talking, but policy is nowhere near addressing the systemic threats facing us. . The climate crisis has already created millions of refugees & if unaddressed could create up to 1.5 billion in the next 30 years. Where will they go? An acute water crisis is developing in around the world, threatening a quarter of humanity​. It could escalate very quickly & lead to social collapse. We are in the midst of the sixth mass extinction. Human activities are endangering the survival of up to a million species. . . Join your local @extinctionrebellion group on October 7th & bring the peaceful positive vibes for the planet #staysafe #weloveyouearth #science #carbonneutralby2025 #renewableenergyforall #electricvehicles #citycomposting #plasticbans . Photo from the recent adventure to see how bleached & dead the Great Barrier Reef is since the oceans have been heating up. It’s growing back! But it won’t survive. Unless we take action. Photographer my mer sis @celiagalpinphotography 💙
The #plastichealthsummit taught me a lot of science about how we are ingesting, inhaling, & absorbing plastics. The health effects are staggering and our exposure to plastics is so vast it can feel utterly paralysing. In my desire to express all of the information I received I also aim to support you to stay present to the billion ways to avoid these plastics. As I share the science, I will also give you simple tips to keep us activated towards the solutions. Which is literally & simply to just quit plastics. It starts with each of us & is spreading worldwide. It’s exciting, really. And we have the privilege & resources to do it! Waste no time, fam.
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Here are some things we already know: Paper cups are lined with plastic, even plant based plastics are full of unregulated & non intentionally added substances that prove harmful to human health.
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Tea bags are typically synthetic aka made of plastic. It’s how they don’t fall apart in your hot water. Think about it, paper disintegrates in water. Since plastic is wholly unregulated (it’s a product of BIG OIL one of the mega industries that rules the world, sneaking funds into politician pockets for decades), it made sense for tea bag manufacturers to make a more durable tea bag that wouldn’t fall a part in the hot water, so plastic was added to paper fibers and often replaced paper altogether. .
I knew to avoid these because of course heat causes plastic to leach the additives—like pthalates, so any tea from a plastic tea bag will contain all the toxins from any chemical additives in the unregulated plastic used for your tea bag. 
What we all learned recently from a recent study by @mcgillu (swipe up link deeeeeep in my story or here: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.est.9b02540) found tea bags release approximately ten BILLION micro & nano plastics into your tea. .
This disturbing fact is useful in discussing the two kinds of science shared at the #plastichealthsummit. We need to understand the chemicals that are leaching from our plastics AND also the particles shedding from plastics. .
SOLUTION: grow mint & chamomile, chop fresh ginger, use fresh lemon. Look for black tea in glass or metal. #iquitplastics
The #plastichealthsummit taught me a lot of science about how we are ingesting, inhaling, & absorbing plastics. The health effects are staggering and our exposure to plastics is so vast it can feel utterly paralysing. In my desire to express all of the information I received I also aim to support you to stay present to the billion ways to avoid these plastics. As I share the science, I will also give you simple tips to keep us activated towards the solutions. Which is literally & simply to just quit plastics. It starts with each of us & is spreading worldwide. It’s exciting, really. And we have the privilege & resources to do it! Waste no time, fam. . Here are some things we already know: Paper cups are lined with plastic, even plant based plastics are full of unregulated & non intentionally added substances that prove harmful to human health. . Tea bags are typically synthetic aka made of plastic. It’s how they don’t fall apart in your hot water. Think about it, paper disintegrates in water. Since plastic is wholly unregulated (it’s a product of BIG OIL one of the mega industries that rules the world, sneaking funds into politician pockets for decades), it made sense for tea bag manufacturers to make a more durable tea bag that wouldn’t fall a part in the hot water, so plastic was added to paper fibers and often replaced paper altogether. . I knew to avoid these because of course heat causes plastic to leach the additives—like pthalates, so any tea from a plastic tea bag will contain all the toxins from any chemical additives in the unregulated plastic used for your tea bag. What we all learned recently from a recent study by @mcgillu (swipe up link deeeeeep in my story or here: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.est.9b02540) found tea bags release approximately ten BILLION micro & nano plastics into your tea. . This disturbing fact is useful in discussing the two kinds of science shared at the #plastichealthsummit. We need to understand the chemicals that are leaching from our plastics AND also the particles shedding from plastics. . SOLUTION: grow mint & chamomile, chop fresh ginger, use fresh lemon. Look for black tea in glass or metal. #iquitplastics

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