How you can help

More than 3 million people around the world have joined Greenpeace to urge companies to stop polluting our planet with throwaway plastic. And it’s working. Because of mounting pressure from people like you, corporations are finally starting to admit that they are part of the problem, and they are talking about solutions. But we don’t need more talking—we need concrete, urgent action to stop plastic pollution at the source!

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Tell companies to end plastic pollution
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Make a Plastic Monster
Other ways to take action

It is time for corporations like Nestle, Unilever, Coca-Cola, PepsiCo., Colgate, Danone, Johnson & Johnson, and Mars to invest in alternative ways to deliver their products to us and to stop using single-use plastic!

What's the real cause of plastic pollution? Out-of-control production of throwaway plastic by the world’s biggest brands.

Join the global movement to expose single-use plastic and packaging for the monster it is. Together we will pressure these companies to take concrete, urgent action to slay the plastic monster they have created.

Check out Greenpeace's Million Acts of Blue toolkit for a plastic-free future. There are so many ways you can take action to help stop plastic pollution at the source!

1 Tell companies to end plastic pollution

It is time for corporations like Nestle, Unilever, Coca-Cola, PepsiCo., Colgate, Danone, Johnson & Johnson, and Mars to invest in alternative ways to deliver their products to us and to stop using single-use plastic!

Sign the petition

What's the real cause of plastic pollution? Out-of-control production of throwaway plastic by the world’s biggest brands.

Find out more

Join the global movement to expose single-use plastic and packaging for the monster it is. Together we will pressure these companies to take concrete, urgent action to slay the plastic monster they have created.

Get creative!

Check out Greenpeace's Million Acts of Blue toolkit for a plastic-free future. There are so many ways you can take action to help stop plastic pollution at the source!

Check out the toolkit

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