As a young person, you have endless opportunities for making this world a better one. In order to bring about meaningful change, we need all hands on deck. Whether you’re just getting into plastic pollution or you’ve been dedicating yourself to this cause for many years, we’re here to help you connect with your peers, bring your ideas into real life and guide us to a world where plastic pollution is unthinkable.
Take your future into your own hands! The Wayfinder Society online platform is full of resources to help you tackle plastic pollution at a local and global level. Collect Carins (points), win prizes, and get expert advice.
The Story of Plastic Documentary
Take your knowledge and activism to the next level. Watch this film with your classmates or friends – virtually of course. Join Wayfinder Society to discover different actions you can take to solve plastic pollution that are in line with your personality.
Send this link to your teacher to set up a virtual screening for your class, or use it to view the film with your family and friends.
The Experienceship is a online course designed to give you an educational journey through plastic pollution. Weekly meetings will cover everything from analyzing the solution set and local implications to zero waste culture and our waste management system. Our goal is to provide you with the knowledge, tools, and resources to have a deep understanding of this critical environmental issue and to start applying your skill-set to creating a future where plastic pollution is unthinkable.
18 + or enrolled in college/university
Program on hold
International Youth Summit
A summit designed by young people, for young people and adults working together to take action against single-use plastic consumption. Participants dive into their local projects, share and network with each other, and work with mentors to further develop their plans. Each year, 10 Summit alumni are selected to become Peer Advisors and lead the following year’s event.
Program on hold.
Help us build our community by donating or sharing our resources with a teacher, young person or family member. Together, we can arrive at a future free of plastic pollution.