Trash Policy: Sample Social Media Posts

September 18th, 2018

Trash Policy: Sample Social Media Posts

These posts may be accompanied with a blog posted by your organization or an existing website by your organization centered around what you’re doing to support the Trash Policy. Sample graphics to accompany your posts are available here. These images may be edited in the available PowerPoint slides to customize the image or text for your organization. Once your changes are made, save the image as a .jpg to upload the image to social media.

Facebook

  • What is California’s Trash Policy and how can we reach its ambitious goal of no trash in California waters by 2030? Learn more and join us in ensuring [local municipality] takes action to improve the health of our waterways: [link to your organization’s website or blog post]
  • California’s Trash Policy sets the ambitious target of eliminating trash in California waters by 2030. Join us in eradicating trash pollution in our ocean waters, inland waterways, enclosed bays, estuaries, and shorelines by stopping marine pollution at its source: [link to your organization’s website or blog post]
  • California communities are spending over $400 million every year to clean up trash and marine debris, while 80% of marine debris continues to be carried into our ocean and waterways by rain running off our streets and sidewalks. California’s Trash Policy sets the ambitious, and necessary, goal of no trash in California waterways by 2030. Join us in ensuring [local municipality] takes action to improve the health of our waterways: [link to your organization’s website or blog post]
  • It’s no secret California has a serious trash problem. Join us in eradicating trash pollution in our ocean waters, inland waterways, enclosed bays, estuaries, and shorelines by stopping marine pollution at its source through California’s landmark Trash Policy: [link to your organization’s website or blog post]

Twitter

Communications Consultant Lola Dvorak supports CCKA’s strategic communications by helping waterkeepers tell their stories.


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