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I initially set out to make a small blog post about my experience with Plastic Free July this year, but it quickly became a full-fledged in-depth study of how going plastic-free is (in some ways) harder than it was before the pandemic. The reliance on plastic was warranted as we tried to stop the spread of Covid-19, but can we go back to reducing, reusing, and recycling? Has the growing (recovering?) distrust in scientists and other experts changed public stances on environmental issues? Most environmentalists don't think of themselves as sociologists - but in many ways, the two are very connected. . 🌎 OTHER THINGS: One of the other things we have been working on is expanding the offerings on the Pixel Planet Today webstore. So for Book Lovers Day (Wednesday), we dropped a new set of ready-to-print bookmarks! To see them close up, visit


You can also see our previously released set of bookmarks, paper stickers, and digital stickers to celebrate Plastic Free July! . . Read more about American distrust:

...or read our Plastic Free July Review blog post:

. Graphic shows a grade report. The factoid reads: "An estimated 22 percent of American adults have little to no confidence that scientists act in the best interest of the public." . Pixel Planet Today is created by @Terrabyte. Give us a follow and keep up with the other stuff we're doing. ❤️🌎 . . #plasticfreejuly #plasticfreeliving #plasticfree #goingplasticfree #pixelplanet #pixelplanettoday #terrabyte #pixelart #planetfacts #artivism #climatedesign
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