How To Save Plastic When In Thailand

 

One of the things I have found hardest about living in Thailand was that so many of the things I loved about it came with something I really do not love; single-use plastic. It is so easy and convenient to be healthy and nourished here, especially in Chiang Mai, but I really dislike the way vibrant, wholesome foods are often linked with a high amount of plastic use. After being here for a short time, I knew I had to change my own habits in order to reduce my plastic use as much as possible.

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A Revelation In Phang Nga Bay

 

A Revelation In Phang Nga Bay. The experience that led me to become passionate about fighting marine debris and reducing plastic pollution. Read more: http://www.thelostlemurian.com/2015/07/a-revelation-in-phang-nga-bay/

 

In November 2012, I had the chance to explore beautiful Phang Nga Bay in Thailand, not far from Phuket. One of the most fun experiences I took part in was going sea-canoeing through the gorgeous hongs, caves and limestone karsts in the area. But apart from just being a beautiful day, this experience was also life-impacting for me, as it is here that I first got a bee in my bonnet about plastic pollution and marine debris.

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