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We Asked You to Do #OneSmallThing to Reduce Plastic Waste. Nearly 4 Million of You Got Involved.

Check out a few of our favorite commitments to do #onesmallthing.

Since September, we’ve been teaming up with our friends at Boxed Water to find surprisingly easy ways to reduce our plastic waste. And we invited you to join us for 10 weeks of everyday change to boost our collective impact on the the world. Thank you to the 6,400 of you who took action on Facebook, the nearly 1,000 who joined in on the hashtag on Instagram, and—all told—the nearly 4 million of you who learned more about plastic waste with us.

Check out a few of our favorite commitments to do #onesmallthing in the above slideshow. We’re so inspired by the simple, doable, everyday choices you’ve made to improve yourselves and your community—and we hope you’ll keep doing #onesmallthing in your daily life to improve the world.

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