USA: Coke – Voluntary Or Pushed Into The Environmental Corner ?

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So the wonders at Coke have been working hard on a new sustainability plan.
Their thoughts or have they been forced to do this ? – they have never given a **** about their products and the environment before – up till now just how much money they can make out of sponsoring large sports events and the rest. Are things going to change or are they still going to be a top polluter ? 

Every year Coca-Cola are producing more and more throwaway plastic bottles – an estimated 110 billion last year alone.

Hi Mark,

It’s a new year – and over at Coke’s global HQ in Atlanta, their team are working hard to finalise the details of a new sustainability plan.

We need to take this opportunity to show Coca-Cola’s executives how many of us want them to take action on their plastic pollution.

You’re one of 522,000 people around the world who have signed the petition so far – please will you ask your friends to sign too?

https://secure.greenpeace.org.uk/page/s/coca-cola-petition?source=es&subsource=20180105oces01&utm_source=gpeace&utm_medium=es&utm_campaign=20180105oces01  

Greenpeace supporters in India are the latest to join the call for Coca-Cola to cut their plastic pollution.

Coke aren’t the only company producing plastic bottles – but as the biggest soft drinks producer in the world, they’re in the unique position to take the lead and set new standards for the whole industry.

That’s why from Africa to Australia, Greenpeace supporters like you are calling for Coke’s global CEO to take action now.

https://secure.greenpeace.org.uk/page/s/coca-cola-petition?source=es&subsource=20180105oces01&utm_source=gpeace&utm_medium=es&utm_campaign=20180105oces01 

Many of us have seen the impact of plastic pollution on our oceans – whales with stomachs full of plastic, seabirds feeding plastic scraps to their young, or even plastic bottles washing up on our beach holidays.

 

Every year Coca-Cola are producing more and more throwaway plastic bottles – an estimated 110 billion last year alone.

As Coke’s decision makers debate their new plan for plastics, it’s vital that as many of us as possible add our names – to send a message loud and clear that for the future health of our oceans, Coke must reduce their massive plastic footprint.

https://secure.greenpeace.org.uk/page/s/coca-cola-petition?source=es&subsource=20180105oces01&utm_source=gpeace&utm_medium=es&utm_campaign=20180105oces01 

Thanks for all you do,

Alice

 

 

 

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