A greener, more peaceful way of living is possible. But we’re not the only ones with roles to play in living sustainably. Corporations and often governments are benefiting from consumer culture. More than that, corporations are the ones who, more than anyone else, have created and contributed to the culture themselves. We challenge the practices and business models that drive this culture of consumption which is tearing down forests, polluting our water, warming the planet and putting our families’ health at risk. A better future is achievable. And while individual efforts are undoubtedly invaluable, it is through sustained pressure on corporations and key decision makers that our culture truly shifts to sustainable living.
Groundbreaking analysis of new satellite data by Greenpeace for the period of June 1 to August 31 reveals that several Middle Eastern cities feature in the most polluted cities in…
Fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) corporations are a predominant force behind the throwaway economic model driving the plastic pollution crisis, according to a comprehensive sector survey Greenpeace International released today.
We are calling on people around the world to create a “Million Acts of Blue” — actions to push retailers, corporations and businesses to reduce single-use plastic. It is going…