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Here are the companies that are the world’s top plastic polluters

“Real solutions must change systems and power structures.” Welcome To The Resistance… You will start receiving NationofChange to your inbox shortly. Coca-Cola, Nestlé, and PepsiCo are the world’s top polluters, says a new report from environmental coalition Break Free From Plastic. Thousands of volunteers from all over the world took part in a massive global […]

Is a substitute for plastic coming anytime soon?

For most of us, hearing the world plastic makes us think of single-use plastics like plastic bags or disposable plastic water bottles, but plastic covers a much wider variety of materials than that. Key points Plastics are versatile, flexible, durable and cheap These benefits become problems when we are trying to dispose of them Dealing […]

Blockchain: satisfying the world’s billion-dollar appetite for sustainable consumer brands

Blockchain: satisfying the world’s billion-dollar appetite for sustainable consumer brands

Blockchain allows you to track the provenance of products, consumer product and retail organizations can build confidence in their brands by giving consumers sight of the provenance of a product they’re about to buy.   Consumers have a considerable appetite for brands with sustainable credentials. In fact, it’s a multi-billion-dollar appetite. A study by Nielsen […]

Heartbreaking Images That Show the Impact of Plastic on Animals in the Oceans

Heartbreaking Images That Show the Impact of Plastic on Animals in the Oceans

Heartbreaking Images That Show the Impact of Plastic on Animals in the Oceans By Aristos Georgiou On 9/18/19 at 7:01 AM EDT Every year, humanity produces around 300 million tons of plastic, with about eight million tons of the material entering the world's oceans—according to the United Nations Environmental Program. This flow of debris severely […]

Going Overboard? Shipping Rules Seen Shifting Pollution From Air to Sea

Going Overboard? Shipping Rules Seen Shifting Pollution From Air to Sea

Going Overboard? Shipping Rules Seen Shifting Pollution From Air to Sea By Reuters October 21, 2019 10:23 AM FILE – A cargo ship is seen through air pollution along the Chao Phraya river in Bangkok, Thailand, Jan. 11, 2019. LONDON – New global rules forcing ships to reduce air pollution by using cleaner fuels will see […]

 
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