Jayme Cellitioci is the principal of ULU Consulting.
Jayme's passion for connecting the public with science and nature has brought her to the Netherlands, Greece, New Zealand, Australia, Indonesia, Hawaii and across the mainland US, engaging people in science-based experiences. Combining a B.S. in Psychobiology and an M.S. in Creativity and Change Leadership from the International Center for Studies in Creativity, Jayme is highly energized by the process of designing creative and transformative free-choice science learning experiences for children, adults and families.
1. Have a reusable water bottles (metal)
2. Say no to disposable cutlery or containers
3. Skip the plastic produce bags
4. Use glass jars for buying and to store food
5. Have your own shopping bags
6. No to plastic straws
7. Slow down and eat food at the places and avoid take away or have your own containers for take away 😉
In a defining moment for the sustainability of the planet, and a global first for the airline industry, the Mirpuri Foundation has announced that wet-lease carrier Hi Fly is poised to make the first-ever jet-age passenger flight with not a single-use plastic item on board. Mirpuri Foundation is the principal sustainability partner of Hi Fly.
Amarildo Silva is a Brazilian handyman who decided to tackle the problem of littering in a unique way. The young man helps reduce the amount of old discarded tires in the streets by recycling them into unique and colorful animal beds. He started the project two years ago and does not plan on stopping anytime soon.