Once a year, the Plastic Soup Foundation gives the honors to a politician that has contributed to the fight against plastic soup: the Politics Plume. The first international Plume went to MP Mary Creagh for fighting vor a ban on microbeads in the United Kingdom.
The Plastic Soup Foundation nominates politicians and the public decides who will get the prize. Keep an eye on our website and social media channels to see when you can vote again!
Previous Plume winners:
2017: Agnes Mulder, Parliament member CDA
2016: Mary Creagh, British Labour Party
2015: Liesbeth van Tongeren, Parliament member Green party
2014: Carla Dik-Faber, Parliament member Christian party
2013: Manon Fokke, Parliament member Labour party