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Straw No More Information Poster

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This poster contains information about the Straw No More project, encouraging schools to stop using single-use plastic straws.

Straw No More, started by Molly Steer, a Year 4 student in North Queensland, Australia, encourages our communities to stop using single-use plastic straws. This poster helps us understand the huge impact these seemingly insignificant items have on the animals in our oceans and reminds us what we can do to help.

Print this poster to help get your school community on board to take the pledge. Display it proudly in your classroom, near your tuckshop or anywhere you’d like to promote this small but significant cause!

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Straw No More

"My name is Molly and I am 9 years old. I want to ban plastic straws in every school in Tropical North Queensland. We owe it to the Great Barrier Reef." Find out more about Molly's no-nonsense approach to environmental activism and how your school can get involved.

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