Greenpeace wants companies to take their responsibility

Single-use plastic is polluting our environment. To reduce this waste at the source, Greenpeace is asking manufacturers to limit their use of packaging.

04/20/2018 10:24 AM
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  • Michaela N.
    04/20/2018 10:47

    Ihr würdet euch wundern, was die Migros dazu sagt! Mit einzelverpackung der Bio früchte/Bio Gemüse wird die Haltbarkeit verlängert und somit Lebensmittel Verschwendung verhindert! Wie wenn gammelgemüse die Umwelt vergiften würde! Marketing kann alles gut reden und man wird geduzt weil du einfacher geht, klar DU hat 1 buchstabe weniger als SIE. Also die Korrespondenz von gestern mit der Migros ist zeitungsreif!

  • Johlene W.
    04/21/2018 15:05

    What about the baby nappies people use these days? One of the worse polluters and not a word is said about it.

  • Timothy N.
    04/21/2018 15:55

    The UK is particularly bad at this. Plastic everywhere. People won't buy bananas without putting them in a single use plastic bag. We have the technology for manufacturing plastic like products with plant based processes. We have got to get away from fossil oils as the basis for everything plastic.

  • Teri L.
    04/21/2018 15:59

    Born in the 50’s, I remember being a kid and wondering what Tupperware was made of.... plastic is a PETROLEUM based product. Fighting plastic companies is fighting petroleum companies. David and Goliath battle and we must end it before it ends us.

  • Jeff P.
    04/23/2018 14:22

    Maybe someone should spell reduce correctly before they go and ask anyone to do anything... If I wrote that on a patients directives, I’d have a malpractice lawsuit. 😂

  • Jacob O.
    04/23/2018 14:24

    Okay good job at the blame game, these companies don’t throw all that waist in the ocean and not dispose of it properly they sell it therefor after the point of sale it’s the consumers plastic not the producer go after the people not the companies

  • Ryan G.
    04/23/2018 14:30

    It’s up too big corporation to change not the average Jo on the street

  • Zoe G.
    04/23/2018 20:03

    If they were to make all packages out of hemp they would have no problem it's biodegradable!!!!

  • Justin H.
    04/23/2018 22:15

    I burn all my garbage except diapers. They just don't burn

  • Nacine M.
    04/24/2018 03:54

    I agree we should bring bag most old methods cardboard and paper 👌🏻 and glass

  • Nahar P.
    04/24/2018 04:25

    True. . Lol#$$

  • Vanda S.
    04/24/2018 05:29

    Very good people need education... to not overlook it

  • Ursula Y.
    04/24/2018 07:53

    Interesting....acidity substances we disolve the trash mills perhaps...logical for the cores earth an soil?! Need to retain a proper solution for all this an be trash disease free....

  • Ursula Y.
    04/24/2018 07:53

    Acidity substance might...typo corrections

  • Boom M.
    04/24/2018 12:08

    Demand not ask

  • Refugio E.
    04/24/2018 12:21

    it’s bullshit and a lot worst than we thought

  • Nathan B.
    04/24/2018 12:59

    Can anyone give me an example of anything good green peace has done? I cant find one anywhere

  • Garrett L.
    04/24/2018 13:27

    How u disrespecting milano cookies at the end low key fuck you

  • Cookie A.
    04/24/2018 13:35

    Tell government

  • Lance B.
    04/24/2018 13:36

    Make a biodegradable plastic.....