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Hour of Code: Plastic Pollution In Our Oceans: Plastic Pollution in Our Oceans

Vidcode:Let's End Plastic Pollution

One Straw Can Change the World

How Plastic Is in the Ocean?

Poll- How You Can Make a Difference!

Making a Paradigm Shift-Simple and Easy Life Changing Habits to Reduce Plastic Single Use Consumption
Use a reusable water bottle.: 12 votes (28.57%)
Use a reusable coffee mug.: 0 votes (0%)
Stop using plastic straws, even in restaurants: 11 votes (26.19%)
Use a reusable produce bag.: 3 votes (7.14%)
Give up gum. Gum is made of a synthetic rubber, aka plastic: 2 votes (4.76%)
Pack your lunch in reusable containers and bags.: 1 votes (2.38%)
Use a razor with replaceable blades instead of a disposable razor.: 2 votes (4.76%)
Reuse containers for storing leftovers.: 3 votes (7.14%)
Avoid buying frozen foods because its packaging is mostly plastic.: 3 votes (7.14%)
Bring your own container for take-out.: 5 votes (11.9%)
Total Votes: 42