so long single-use

A person in a white shirt, head not pictured, holds a yellow water bottle with several colorful, overlapping stickers.

Paige Valego, GW class of 2021. (Greer Blount/George Washington University)

Planet Forward Correspondent | George Washington University
So Long, Single-Use? | As George Washington University students returned to campus in the fall of 2021, they took ownership of the university's single-use plastics ban through the personalization of reusable water bottles.
A stream of water pours into a metal tea strainer on the lips of a torquoise teacup.

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George Washington University
So Long, Single-Use? | We all know breakfast is the “most important meal of the day”— do you really want to start it off with the guilt of single-use plastic? 
White plastic bag floating in a body of water.

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Planet Forward Correspondent | Ithaca College
So Long, Single-Use? | There’s plenty of confusion and debate around plastic bans on both the political and practical level. It’s easy to get lost in the logistics of it all –– but, at the heart of it, there’s one question: Are bag laws effective?
So Long, Single-Use?
Digital Editor, Planet Forward
Single-use plastic is everywhere. It's sitting in our kitchen cabinets and it's sitting in our shower caddies. It's wrapped around our on-the-go lunches and it's wrapped around our online purchases. We dispose of so much of the stuff, that now it's... Read More