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Conference: Plastics 360 — Impact and Possibilities

Saturday | March 29, 2014 | 10:00 am

Lafayette Library and Learning Center | 3491 Mt Diablo Blvd, Lafayette, CA 94549

Rebecca Braslau, chemistry professor, UC Santa Cruz
Joe Mueller, biologist & instructor, College of Marin
Wallace J. Nichols, PhD, marine biologist, author of the forthcoming Blue Mind.
Chris Pincetich, PhD, marine biologist
Beth Terry, author,


Light, earth-friendly snacks will be provided at registration (9:30-10:00 am).
BYO snacks if you like!

And . . . Brown bag lunch conversation to discuss specific strategies and campaigns for helping schools, businesses, or your city to reduce single-use plastic waste (1:15-2:00 pm).  Artisan pizza to be served for all pre-registered attendees (BYO extras).  Courtesy of Jules Thin Crust Pizza, with stores in Danville & Oakland.

Learn more about plastics  where they come from, our complex relationship with them, their infiltration into our bodies and our environment, and where we are heading

Discuss ways to maintain the benefits of plastics while eliminating the negative impacts of litter, waste, and toxicity

Network with leaders in the campaign to end plastic pollution

Develop your own plan of action for reducing waste and minimizing your exposures to toxic plastic chemicals

Enjoy relaxing meditation and a mindful movement break.

The conference will take place in the Community Hall.

Environmental Forum of Marin (
Generation Green (

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Cost: $3 - $45
Event Phone: 510-532-6574
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Please contact organizer for wheelchair accessibility information.

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