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Keurig, McDonald’s, Starbucks and Coca-Cola sign on to ReSource: Plastic

WASHINGTON, DC, U.S. — The global plastic pollution crisis is threatening the natural environment on which we depend – impacting oceans, communities, wildlife, and...

EU vote to ban straws and other plastic products a victory for the environment

STRASBOURG, France – The Environment Committee of the European Parliament voted on October 10th a report that bolsters the European Commission's proposals on reducing...

Europen and Industry associations joint recommendations for #SingleUsePlastics

EUROPEN and 67 other European and national associations representing a wide range of packaging materials and sectors across the packaging value chain, have announced...

Global environmental campaign urges Starbucks to reduce plastic pollution

SEATTLE, U.S. — Yesterday, more than a dozen leading environmental organizations, including, announced the launch of "Starbucks: Break Free From Plastic" — a global campaign...

Bbc announces three-step plan to cut out disposable plastic coffee cups

LONDON – The BBC has revealed a three-step plan to cut out single-use plastics from its operations. These steps include eradicating cups and cutlery...

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