The big industries must change their packaging and help to contribute to the avoid plastic consumpti

Las multinacionales Cola-Cola, Pepsi y Nestlé son las firmas que más contribuyen a la contaminación de los océanos con plásticos de un sólo uso, según un estudio de la iniciativa “Break Free from Plastic”, que ha limpiado las costas de 42 países en todo el mundo. Articulo:


"Do Faeroese Dolphin Killers Lack the Cognitive Ability to Understand the Very Real Consequences of their Brutal Activities". Commentary by Captain Paul Watson. DAMAGED MINDS Do Faeroese Dolphin Killers Lack the Cognitive Ability to Understand the Very Real Consequences of their Brutal Activities. Commentary by Captain Paul Watson Are the Whale killers of the Faroe Islands simply Barbarians or is there a reason for their annual bloody massacres of entire pods of pilot whales and dolphins? Their barbaric Viking heritage aside, there may be a valid medical reason for their vicious psychopathic behavior. Despite warnings from Faeroese and Danish doctors, many Faroese continue to eat cetacean me

Livestock Are Eating a Huge Amount of Fish Caught From The Ocean

A new study has found that out of the 20 million tons of fish caught by commercial industries a year for purposes other than eating, about 90 percent are, in fact, food grade. While this might not seem incredibly shocking at face-value, when you learn that these perfectly edible fish are being turned into fishmeal and fish oil, which is primarily used to feed farmed fish or factory farmed animals, such as pigs, and chickens, you’re likely to start scratching your head.

Villages in East Java region of Indonesia are being blanketed by global rubbish

Tonnes of supermarket bags, milk cartons and footy jerseys from Australia are covering Indonesian villages. Check out the responso from Indonesia to Australia:


Whale hunt turns sea red with blood as dozens slaughtered in Faroe Islands. Every year this massacre happens and I can't believe why this hasn't stop yet! Heartbroken. Full article:

‘The Attenborough Effect’: 53% of people report using less plastic

Over half of consumers say they have reduced the amount of disposable plastic they are using in the last year, according to a report which praises the ‘Attenborough effect’. The report claims that awareness raising initiatives over the last 12 months, including ‘David Attenborough’s acclaimed TV series Blue Planet II and Our Planet, released on Netflix on April 5th’, are having a positive impact in changing people’s behaviour. According to the study of 3,833 consumers by GlobalWebIndex into sustainable packaging in the UK and US, 42 per cent of consumers say products that use sustainable materials are important when it comes to their day-to-day purchases. Read more:

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