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Clear Education

6 Reasons not to buy bottled water – film

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As part of our Clear Plastic UK project inspired by the UN’s Global Goals we have been learning about the environmental and social impact of our use and abuse of single-use plastic bottles, and the red herring that is recycling.

Amy (12) took upon herself to make a film about some of the reasons she thinks we shouldn’t drink water from plastic bottles. She wrote, directed and edited the film.

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Doing Our Bit – how Goals 12, 13 & 14 fit in our campaign

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There are 17 Global Goals in total and, whilst each and every one of them is important and tackles issues around the world, it would impossible to spread yourself thinly and aim to contribute towards all seventeen, therefore choosing those that are important to you and / or those that possibly have a direct impact on your life and those around you would be a sensible option. Therefore, our DoYouRBit campaign focuses on a three of the Global Goals: goal 12 Responsible Consumption, goal 13 Climate Action and goal 14 Life Below Water.

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Single Use Plastic

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The Earth is huge. There are billions of us humans on this one planet using plastic products every day. That’s why it isn’t surprising that on average, enough plastic is thrown away every year to circle the Earth 4 times. That’s a lot of plastic and a decent amount of this is single use – the plastic we use once before throwing in the bin.

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