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14-year-old Georgian helps create first Plastic Pollution Awareness Day, February 2017

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““Hi, I’m Hannah Testa and I’m on the beautiful beaches of Bermuda and I went on a little stroll and was able to make my own plastic soup,” Hannah Testa, an environmental activist, said in video when she was 11. Nearly three years ago Testa found her calling to help the environment. “After I watched the documentary called Plastic Paradise that’s what really opened me and my family’s eyes to making that shift,” Testa said. “We stopped using single use plastic products like plastic bags and straws and cups.” Testa made changes with her family then shared her cause with schools and through social media.

Read the whole article and watch the video, 14-year-old Georgian helps create first Plastic Pollution Awareness Day, here.

Learn more about Hannah Testa’s project, Plastic Pollution Awareness Day Outreach, here.

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