WWF Launches Activation Hub to Help Prevent 10 Million Metric Tons of Global Plastic Waste

WWF Launches Activation Hub to Help Prevent 10 Million Metric Tons of Global Plastic Waste

Image credit: ReSource Plastic

Image credit: ReSource Plastic

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Solving the plastic problem in oceans and rivers is everyone’s responsibility – including the companies that use much of the plastic in the world. That’s why P&G has joined as a Principal Member of WWF’s ReSource http://bit.ly/2Yw7zB1 @WWFBetterBiz #DoingGoodEveryday

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Principal Members, Keurig Dr Pepper, McDonald’s, Procter & Gamble, Starbucks, Tetra Pak and The Coca-Cola Company, with Thought Partners Ocean Conservancy and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation sign on to ReSource: Plastic to inspire action across sectors and supply chains

Tuesday, May 14, 2019 - 3:30pm

CAMPAIGN: P&G | Environmental Sustainability

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WASHINGTON, DC – MAY 14, 2019

The global plastic pollution crisis is threatening the natural environment on which we depend – impacting oceans, communities, wildlife, and people at an unprecedented rate. While many companies and organizations are committing to curb plastic pollution, some lack a roadmap to follow when implementing these commitments. Today WWF launched a new activation hub, ReSource: Plastic, to help solve this problem.

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CATEGORY: Environment