One less – toolkit guide

‘Since 2016, #OneLess has applied an experimental, systems change approach to reducing marine plastic pollution at source, using London as a model. Plastic pollution is one of the most significant and growing threats to ocean health, with at least eight million tonnes of plastic entering the ocean annually from land. Single-use plastic bottles are a major contributor and Londoners are among the highest consumers of bottled water in the UK, estimated to be using over one billion annually citywide. There is increasing recognition that no single solution will solve this issue and that a systems change approach holds the most promise for long lasting impact. … download the guide to learn more

‘Are you ready for change?

  • Do you want to help stop ocean plastic pollution at source, and enable more sustainable approaches?
  • Are you interested in working with your local government to transform the hydration system in your city?
  • Do you want to challenge behaviours and encourage people to reduce single-use plastic water bottle usage and its associated waste?
  • Do you want to try using a systems-change approach to tackle this issue, ensuring all stakeholders can contribute to making a change?
  • Do you want to help reconnect people to the ocean and what they value most about it? 

If your answer is yes to any of the questions above, then this guide is right for you.

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