Coca-Cola - Myth busting Coke's claims on ocean plastics

Posted by Louisa Casson — 20 June 2017 at 11:11am - Comments
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As thousands of Greenpeace supporters have piled the pressure on Coca-Cola, the mega brand is starting to take notice - but Coke’s answers aren’t yet good enough.

Plastic Pollution - Why Coca-Cola need to take responsibility too

Posted by Louisa Casson — 13 April 2017 at 12:28pm - Comments
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One of the best things about working on Greenpeace’s campaign to end ocean plastics is the chance to have lots of conversations with all sorts of people about the issue - whether on local radio stations or with pedestrians walking past the 2.5 tonne sculpture we installed outside Coca-Cola’s London HQ this week.

5 Reasons Why We're Outside Coca-Cola's HQ

Posted by Louisa Casson — 9 April 2017 at 7:48pm - Comments
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This morning, we've installed a piece of art right to the doorstep of Coca-Cola’s European office, to hold the soft drinks giant accountable for ocean plastic pollution. 

What soft drink companies are saying

Posted by Louisa Casson — 7 April 2017 at 10:35am - Comments
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It’s been three weeks since Greenpeace launched our expose on the gigantic plastic footprint of the soft drinks industry - and their lacklustre action to protect our oceans from the blight of throwaway plastic bottles. 

Changing Tuna: the progress so far

Last edited 16 November 2012 at 3:30pm

One year on from winning our tinned tuna campaign, it's time to report back.

The campaign was hailed as 'one of the most successful environmental campaigns in years', so we wanted see how the brands and supermarkets are doing against their commitments to dump destructive Fish Aggregation Devices (FADs).

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The Energy Omnishambles

Posted by petespeller — 22 May 2012 at 6:02pm - Comments
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A loop hole in the Energy Bill could see the return of coal-fired power stations

The government's flagship attempt to reform where our electricity comes from prioritises expensive gas and nuclear over renewable energy, doesn’t even mention money saving energy efficiency and is so complicated that even the energy utilities don't understand it.

LIVE: We're taking action at VW forecourts across Europe!

Last edited 12 September 2011 at 9:57am

LIVE: We're taking action across Europe against VW's lobbying

Today we're taking action at VW forecourts in the UK, France and Germany to help turn Volkswagen away from the Dark Side. Together, we've sent hundreds of thousands of emails and tweets to Volkswagen calling on them to stop lobbying against climate laws - but they're still ignoring our demands.

Ice ice baby

Posted by lisavickers — 10 September 2010 at 11:29pm - Comments

We're now in the Atlantic Ocean heading for Europe - escorted by sea gulls gliding alongside us as the swells rock us from side to side.

Captain's Blog: New generation

Posted by lisavickers — 9 September 2010 at 4:40pm - Comments

Waldermar, captain of the Esperanza, writes about his personal motivations for bringing the ship to the Arctic... 

I'm from South America, the land of the Incas, the Guaraníes, the Wichis, the Tobas, the Mapuches, the Onas, and other native nations.

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