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SDG 12: Responsible consumption and production

MIchelle Croughan's picture


When I go shopping, I already use reusable bags, and refuse to buy produce that comes wrapped in plastic. To take this one step further I want to seek out grocers that allow me to buy things using my own reuseable packaging, like rice, pasta, nut, spices ect.



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Kevin Zhangchao's picture

no to disposable lunch box

Many of my friends are having lunch at school, but just a few of them have recyclable lunch box, so i need to take one step to bring my sustainable lunch box to influence other people to know these disposable plastic materials can really cause environmental problems!


Patricia Madero's picture

war on waste: recycling

SDG 12: Responsible consumption and production SDG 14: Sustainable Oceans


Carter Carvalho's picture

Yes to recycled toilet paper

Promote the impacts non-recycled toilet paper has on the environment, such as 27,000 trees cut down a day to produce toilet paper. As well as convert more toilet paper in my university to recycled toilet paper


Yuen Fung Lam's picture

Ride bike

I will ride my bike to campus and some short distance destinations including the grocery shops and train station.


Jack Walkinshaw's picture

A Coffee Cup To Remember

Establish a voluntary accreditation where coffee shops at Monash University sign up to be apart of Monash Sustainable Coffee Cup Movement. Whereby 10c of each purchased coffee goes towards research and sourcing of a coffee cup that is biodegradable and recyclable.


Mustafa Hamid's picture

Pollution-free commute

I pledge to ride my bicycle from home to university everyday, which is approximately a 6 km ride. This will hopefully encourage my friends and family to reduce their dependence on fossil-fuel run vehicles, which will also reduce traffic congestion on the road and improve their health as well!



Leong Soo San | 11/30/2017 - 18:53

Good idea. wear the T-shirt that says Better Health, Better World


Jake Taylor's picture

Less dryer useage

Make sure to try and get washing hung out rather than needing to use the drier and waste energy.


Ash Smith's picture

Compost to reduce food waste

I will build and commit to using a compost pile at home in order to reduce food waste entering landfill and harming the environment. As a benefit, I'll be able to get great breakdown products out of the compost for use on the garden.


Dorothy Mak's picture

Think carefully when Dine Out

Finish what you order or take away what you cannot finish to reduce food waste



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