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We took RAW Foundation on a bespoke journey across Africa from Cairo to Cape Town in their mission to track disposable plastic waste.  Find out more about it at Raw Talks: Plastic at the Royal Geographical Society on May 31st. Raw Talks Plastic RGS London There will be inspiring talks,

panel discussions and a photographic exhibition. Find out more about the journey across Africa, the causes of the proliferation of disposable plastics, and what we could and should be doing about it. Inspirational speakers include Jeremy Irons, who will talk about the film ‘Trashed’. RAW Foundation’s campaign,  to eliminate single-use plastics by 2030,  is part of a global campaign and growing global alliance of organizations,  businesses,  and thought leaders working toward a world free of plastic pollution and its toxic impact on humans, animals, and the environment. The evening at RGS is a ‘collaborative event showcasing plastic-free solutions,  to inspire and challenge EVERY one, EVERY where to drastically reduce the amount of single-use plastic waste they generate and make plastic-free part of EVERY day!’ Raw Talks: Plastic takes place on 31st May 2017 at the Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR. It is hosted and coordinated by Raw Foundation,  supported by a number of organisations and NGOs worldwide,  and backed by Natracare. RAW and Oasis Overland in Cape Town Read more about RAW Foundation here and if you’re interested in supporting them,

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