Plastics Working Group

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Next Meeting Information and Past Meeting Notes


There was discussion about the value of knowing each other better, and inviting Plastics Working Group members (and anyone in the larger network or another working group) to complete a slide in the Network slide deck with name, skill sets, networks, and photo. Here is the link to the slide deck which has a template to fill out if anyone is willing to.


Link to Network Slide Deck

Link to Plastics Working Group Slide Deck


Next meeting: Sunday, February 19, 2023 at 6:00 pm

ZOOM LINK  (TIP: Copy this link into your online calendar so you don't have to hunt for it)

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6275609302?pwd=cDd0eDlqYytxa0xKek5FRVVYclJVUT09(


Past Meeting Notes - (Remember there are lots of other resources below. So have fun scrolling!)

Focus Statement

The broad focus of the Plastics Working Group is to address the intersectionality of climate change, human health, environmental justice, waste management, and pollution aspects of plastics and the petrochemical industry.


To this end, the Plastics Working Group supports local, state and federal initiatives to:



The Plastics Working Group also supports efforts to pass the Break Free From Plastic Pollution federal legislation.

Recommended Viewing or Reading

(Note: The following resources are suggestions and not necessarily endorsed by the NH Network.)



Resources