Is Your Favourite Product Good For The Planet?

Three reasons why brands are becoming environmentally responsible. This video has been produced in partnership with a brand

15/01/2022 4:27 AM
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  • Pratik K.
    2 days

    check out

  • Sweta P.
    2 days

    Gen Z as if 🤮🤮🤮

  • Rjoratna B.
    3 days

    Brut being Brut must not tie up with the biggest liar.

  • Neha G.
    4 days

    Green ka mtlb bhi pata hai 😀 sab old fashioned chizo plastic wrappers me attractive banne se kya waste kam nhi ho rha hai

  • Samar B.
    6 days

    Tetra Pak may want to be sustainable; they may want to use 100% FSC wood and achieve 100% recycling rates, but they still have a long way to go. Even if they achieve this, there’s no getting away from the fact that Tetra Pak production is a linear process. Tetra Paks are turned into different post-consumer products, meaning a constant supply of fresh virgin material (wood, oil and aluminum) is needed for their manufacture

  • Tom R.
    6 days

    Fuck zen g

  • Avinash C.
    6 days

    But unfortunately the truth is 100 big companies are responsible for 70% of emissions, so they need to more.

  • Dominic S.
    7 days

    Or good people don't want to be surrounded by shite, be responsible for your self.

  • Chesta T.
    19/01/2022 04:47

    Yes we do and so is our brand all about sustainable living and more greener spaces

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