“Tomorrow, visitors will gather in the Georgia State Capitol building to celebrate the first annual Plastic Pollution Awareness Day—an occasion that will encourage people to cut down on plastic consumption. Artists, speakers, and environmentalists will speak out about the importance of low-impact living as February 15 is officially declared a state holiday the Senate floor. The day will culminate in a presentation by the impassioned activist who made it all happen—an eighth grader named Hannah Testa.”
Read the whole article, Youngest Environmentalist Ever? How This 14-Year Old Is Changing The Planet, here.
Learn more about Hannah Testa’s project, Plastic Pollution Awareness Day Outreach, here.