webinar register page

Webinar banner
Breaking Down NJ's Single Use Waste Reduction Law
On November 4, 2020, Governor Murphy signed the Single-Use Waste Reduction Law (S.864 / A.1978). The law is widely regarded as the strongest single-use waste reduction measure in the nation. The law is designed to reduce single-use waste by banning specific items that are prevalent forms of marine debris and litter. Are you wondering what New Jersey’s new Single-Use Waste Reduction law means for you? Find out more when Kari Martin, Advocacy Campaign Manager for Clean Ocean Action, provides an informative overview and suggestions for citizens for following this new law.

Sep 22, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Webinar logo
* Required information


Kari Martin
Advocacy Campaign Manager @Clean Ocean Action
Kari Martin is Clean Ocean Action’s Advocacy Campaign Manager. Kari originally joined the COA staff in 2000 as a college intern. In 2001 she joined the staff full time focusing on outreach and education. Her exceptional talents enabled her to grow the position ultimately becoming Policy Outreach and Communications Director. Having met her future husband while staffing a COA table, Kari left her position in 2009 to raise a family. Later she joined COA’s Board of Trustees from 2015-2019. Kari rejoined the COA staff in 2019 to focus once again on education. After one year, it became clear that Kari’s expertise and interest turned once again to grassroots organizing and advocacy. Kari is developing advocacy and outreach campaigns on ocean pollution issues in her current position. Kari received her Master of Science degree from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. She received her undergraduate degree from Alfred University.