Los Angeles: Let’s Have Coffee and Tackle Plastic Pollution!

by Anna Wagner

June 8, 2018

This summer, we're having coffee shop meetups throughout the LA area to tackle plastic pollution. We'd love to have you there with us! Find a date that works and RSVP!

It’s an exciting summer for Greenpeace, and it’s especially exciting if you live in Los Angeles. The Arctic Sunrise is touring the West Coast and will be stopping through LA and the issue of single-use plastic pollution is heating up.

We’re at a tipping point with plastic pollution, so we’re hosting coffee shop meetups around the city to talk about how we can tackle plastic pollution. We’d love to have your ideas, thoughts, and inspiration! We’ll share resources and tangible ways you can make a difference. We’ll also give a sneak peak on what to expect and how to help out when the ship arrives in August.

Check out the dates below and click here to RSVP! Friends and family welcome!

Oh, and the coffee’s on us 😉

LA Greenpeace Coffee Shop Meetups

Tues June 12th, 6:30 – 8:00pm: Philz Coffee, Santa Monica – RSVP

Sun July 1st, 1:00 – 2:30pm: Urth Caffé, The Arts District – RSVP

Sat July 7th, 1:00 – 2:30pm: Stories Books and Cafe, Echo Park – RSVP

Tues July 10th, 6:30 – 8:00pm: Caffé Bene Wilshire, Koreatown – RSVP

Sat July 14th, 1:00 – 2:30pm: Republic of Pie, North Hollywood – RSVP

Sat July 28th, 1:00 – 2:30pm: Lord Windsor, Long Beach – RSVP


Can’t make it? Join a virtual meetup about plastic pollution by signing up for a small group video conversation here.


While you’re here… take 1 minute to tell major corporations to do their part to end plastic pollution!

Questions? Email [email protected]

Looking forward to teaming up with you!

By Anna Wagner

Anna Wagner is a senior national organizer with Greenpeace USA.

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