Reuse resources for this moment

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Just because we can't see each other doesn't mean we can't support each other, and we've got your virtual back. UPSTREAM is proud to work with businesses, communities, and local governments to co-create solutions that can put people back to work, save money, protect public health, and stop plastic pollution at the same time.

Throughout this tough time, we’re going to continually provide resources you can rely on, as well as opportunities to take action from home and join us in building a better way. This page will be updated regularly to help navigate our personal, public, and planetary health together during COVID-19.

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blog

The Future is Indisposable: 7 questions to jumpstart the new normal now
How can we co-create the future we all want to live in?
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5 Reuse Wins for Earth Day (and How to Not Feel So Disempowered When Everything Seems Out of Your Control!)
Celebrate stress-free sustainability with quick tips that cut waste, save money, and make every day Earth Day
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Bay can still lead the way on plastic pollution while protecting public health
While we applaud the Bay Area’s efforts to ensure our safety, banning reusable bags moves us in the opposite direction.
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Plastics Industry Exploits Coronavirus to Prop up Single-Use Plastics
UPSTREAM's response to the Plastic Industry Association's push for more single-use plastics
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Plastic pollution, reuse, and COVID-19
A message from the UPSTREAM team concerning single-use and reuse amidst COVID-19
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PODCAST

Sustaining Positivity in a Pandemic
TerraCycle founder & CEO Tom Szaky covers the increase of plastic pollution amidst COVID, and how reuse solutions can help close the LOOP
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Reuse, Resilience, and COVID-19
How the zero waste movement can stay resilient through a pandemic with ecotoxicologist Jane Muncke & UPSTREAM’s Matt Prindiville
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