Pledge to Travel Plastic Water Bottle Free

Pledge to Travel Plastic Water Bottle Free

Are You Leaving a Trail of Plastic Water Bottles When You Travel?

Today (March 22) is World Water Day, a great occasion to reflect on the importance of freshwater for community well-being, and on the need for improving freshwater resource management.


TIES member Crooked Trails, in partnerships with key industry organizations, has launched the TAP (Travelers Against Plastic) campaign today, with the goals of spreading awareness about the impacts of disposable plastic water bottles used by travelers, and encouraging people to travel prepared to clean their own water.


Pledge to kick your disposable bottled water habit, and support the campaign by liking, tweeting, sharing and spreading the word!


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If you have a tap, walk to it. Pour a glass of water. And remember: That came from nature. (@ConservationOrg)


Youths make their Declaration on Water Cooperation. (@UNW_WWD)


Watch: The Story of Bottled Water! and get a SteriPEN to reduce plastic pollution! (@PlaneterraCares)


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If you think waste is someone else's problem... think again (@MYOO)

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