The Beaches Go Green Team’s project consisted of cultivating sustainability awareness videos on both a micro and macro scale and hosting an in-person beach clean-up. On a micro-scale, the team discussed going green in the North Florida Florida area by being knowledgeable of the recycling guidelines put in place by Jacksonville, thus being able to follow them. On a macro scale, the Beaches Go Green Team has created a plethora of videos. One of the videos created was about the negative health and environmental effects of the use of q-tips. The video exemplified that the use of q-tips is not recommended by ear doctors, thus making them an unnecessarily purchased good and a waste of resources. Another macro-level awareness video was centered around the negative effects of purchasing fast fashion products. The research for this video found that the pollutants created in the fast fashion textile industry are both exponential and hold an array of adverse effects; the research showed that purchasing fast-fashion textiles is bad for both humans and the planet’s health. Another one of the macro-level sustainability awareness videos was informational and explained how one could repurpose single-use objects around the home, thus creating less waste. The Beaches Go Green Team also helped host an in-person beach clean-up. The beach clean allowed for North Florida townsfolk to both see the effects of plastic on the planet first hand and to have an outlet to help fight against it.