You can make 5 simple, everyday changes to reduce the amount of plastic you throw away.
- Take a reusable bottle wherever you go
- Drink from a reusable coffee cup
- Shop with reusable bags
- Use reusable cutlery
- Always say no to straws
To help you give up on some of the usual plastic suspects that always end up in the bin, we created our #PassOnPlastic product range. Designed by Kate Moss, Rita Ora, Bob Geldoff and more, it includes reusable bottles, cups and cutlery, 100% organic cotton tote bags and beeswax wraps that you can use instead of cling film. All the proceeds go to WWF to promote ocean health and to Project 0 to fund environmental action.
Through our campaign, we've enabled thousands of young people from every background to have the opportunity to learn, create, and unlock their passion for our oceans.
Teachers can help by raising the profile of this important issue and using it as a springboard for creativity, learning and skill development. To get teachers started, we’ve created a number of activity ideas and printable resources that can be used to bring the topic to life in lessons.
We want to enable other businesses to take action as we have, by sharing our knowledge. We’re leading on eliminating single-use plastic from our business and supply chain, including packaging for all products like Sky Q. By 2020, we’ll have removed all single-use plastic, eliminating 1,000 tonnes. We’re using our voice to campaign for change, working with WWF to inspire action on ocean pollution. And we’re investing £25 million to find alternatives to plastic through our impact investment fund, Sky Ocean Ventures.