Kids Against Plastic on how to be Plastic Clever

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By Kids Against Plastic

Teenage sisters Amy and Ella Meek co-founded Kids Against Plastic and they are working hard nationally and beyond to reduce our consumption of single-use plastics in innovative ways

Kids against plastic
kids against plastic

Kids Against Plastic is a national campaign to encourage more people to think responsibly about single-use plastic. In 2015, after studying the UN Global Goals, sisters Ella and Amy Meek (age 13 and 15), founded this youth activism project when they both realised just how serious the problem of plastic pollution was and wanted to do something about it.

“It’s an environmental disaster that we’re all growing up experiencing” Amy Meek, age 15

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