It’s been all over the news. Our controversial TV ad exposing Coca-Cola’s opposition to an effective Cash for Containers recycling scheme has been stopped from going on air.
Did you know that Australians use a whopping 14 billion drinks containers every year? All those bottles and cans add up to a lot of rubbish if they’re not recycled -- much of it ending up in landfill, on our beaches, and in the ocean.
Our incredible people-powered campaign for a national ‘Cash for Containers’ scheme is going from strength to strength.
Sydney, 07 March 2013: Following Coke’s scandalous court victory against recycling this week, Greenpeace has launched a crowd-funded graphic advertising campaign in Fairfax papers showing what Coke’s bullying means for the environment.
Greenpeace tells Coca-Cola to stop trashing Australia
It’s good for the planet, good for jobs, and would save local governments millions of dollars every year. These are just some of the reasons why our politicians should implement a national 10 cent refund-recycle scheme.
Unbelievable! This week Coca-Cola won its court case to crush a popular and proven 10 cent recycling refund scheme in the Northern Territory.
Sydney, Monday 6 May 2013: On the eve of Coca-Cola Amatil’s AGM, Greenpeace has launched a television advertisement skewering the beverage giant’s efforts to sabotage a national ‘cash for containers’ scheme.
TUESDAY 19th February, Sydney: Environment groups including Take 3, Greenpeace, Clean Up Australia, The Total Environment Centre and Two Hands Project held a court-side vigil at the Federal Court in Sydney this morning protesting Coca Cola’s...
Originally posted on ABC Environment, 11 April 2013 Does Coca-cola have a secret agenda against seabirds? David Ritter writes to the company to find out. Mr Terry Davis Managing Director Coca-Cola Amatil North Sydney Dear Mr Davis – may I call...
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