Things you can do

We want you to take action because together we’re strong.

#Plastics PETITION: Ban NZ’s plastic waste exports

Sign on now to call for a ban on plastic waste exports from New Zealand

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#Plastics PETITION: Ban Single-use Plastic Bottles

Call on the NZ Government to ban unnecessary single-use plastic bottles* in NZ, and to incentivise reusable and refillable alternatives.

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#Plastics End Pointless Plastic in Aotearoa

We know that plastics are choking our oceans, and putting the creatures that call it home at risk. We need…

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#Plastics PETITION: Plastic free Aotearoa

Sign on now to get the Government to adopt a national strategy to eliminate plastic pollution in Aotearoa New Zealand.

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#Plastics PETITION: Tell Coke to stop choking our ocean

Single-use plastic bottles are one of the worst offenders. They are killing precious seabirds like toroa (albatross) and they wind…

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#Fishing #Oceans #Plastics Stop Ghost Fishing Gear

Ghost fishing gear is wreaking havoc on our oceans. Discarded nets, ropes and other fishing waste makes up 10% of…

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Many of us have also read the frightening statistics about microplastics getting into the food we eat and the water we drink. And while making efforts to reduce our individual plastic footprint is important, we’re operating in a broken system, one clogged with trash, and the people controlling the machine won’t turn it off. Worse still, some of them are even looking to amp up production. The good news is that together we can fix this.

The Break Free From Plastic movement is campaigning globally to stop plastic pollution at its source – the corporations that have created it and the governments that are failing to regulate against it. If we are going to tackle the behemoth that is plastic pollution, at the speed we need to, we’ve got to go right to the root. And that means getting big corporations to take responsibility for their rubbish, and telling global governments to put the rules in place to protect our planet.