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Grabbing a plastic straw when taking a drink on the go feels automatic, but it can have negative impacts on the environment, especially in the oceans since Americans use 500 million plastic straws every single day. Many of these straws then wind up in waterways and can harm marine animals, like this sea turtle in Costa Rica. Ditching the straw shows just how simple it is to lessen our environmental footprint. After a week or two of consciously deciding to not use a straw, you’ll be surprised at how easy it is to make the change! Can’t live without a...

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It’s no secret that we have a problem with plastics. We rely on single-use plastics so much that it’s having tragic impacts on our environment. In fact, eight million tons of plastic winds up in the ocean each year. To put this into perspective, that’s the equivalent of one garbage truck full of plastic being dumped in the ocean every single minute. At this rate, there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050.

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There's a big problem with ocean plastic, and it seems that it's only going to get worse unless we take action. A new study this week from the International Energy Agency is warning that the amount of plastic in our oceans may double by 2030. But, we have the power to change this.

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Cape Cod and the Islands are not only great vacation destinations for people of all ages, they’re the perfect place to bring your four-legged friend. With more than 500 miles of pristine beaches on the Cape alone, there are plenty of places for you to explore with your favorite pup. But, we’ve found that it’s not always easy to find a pet-friendly place to stay. So, with Fisher’s help, we pulled together five of our favorite places that welcome Fido. Lamb and Lion Inn, Barnstable Not only is Lamb and Lion Inn a pet-friendly hotel, they go above and beyond...

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Cape Cod might be best known for a summer vacation destination, but the fun doesn’t stop after Labor Day. Many locals will tell you that their favorite season on the Cape is the fall: The crowds and the traffic are gone, but there are still plenty of events on the schedule. We love spending time on the Cape when the temperatures cool down and the leaves begin to turn, and we wanted to share our favorite things to do in the fall on Cape Cod with you. SIP LOCAL BREWS If you’re a beer-lover, swing by the 7th Annual Cape...