To all of you who wish to help, here is how! We'd like to engage you all to help us recruit schools, restaurants, offices and hotels in your area and ask them to join Drop It!
Download the materials below to help your favorite local company or organization join the campaign and "Say No To Plastic"
As advertising goes, PepsiCo’s 2001 commercial plugging its bottled water Aquafina, voiced by kooky Friends actress Lisa Kudrow, was refreshingly honest. "Aquafina," went the pay-off line, was "so pure, we promise nothing."
Nothing, other than plain old tap water mixed with a few minerals and decanted into a slickly labelled plastic bottle, was precisely what you got – and, with brands including Aquafina, rival Coca-Cola’s Arwa and Nestlé’s Pure Life, among others, what you still get.
Tiny particles, bags, bottles: When plastic lands in the ocean, it harms wildlife and the environment. But how much plastic does end up there, and where does it come from? An overview of problems and solutions.
Race for Water, a pioneering dedicated to science and energy transition, using the ocean, the sun and the wind as its sole sources of energy.
Visitors to the City's recent Home Improvement Fair put Bloomington's water to the test in a head-to-head competition with bottled water.
Whose water won the day?
I remember the first time I saw a bottle of water for sale, thinking it was the most ridiculous thing I’d ever encountered.
Dubai: How many times can your five-gallon water bottles be refilled? Only 33 times, according to Dubai Municipality.
The question: If it’s just filled with water, what’s so bad about not washing my water bottle?
Now that the city of Montreal has decided to ban most plastic bags by 2018, it appears Mayor Denis Coderre is moving on to the next green project – possibly limiting the sale of plastic water bottles.
As Morocco's ban on plastic bags comes into effect, green campaigners worry consumers will need time to change habits.
As a record-breaking sailor, Dame Ellen MacArthur has seen more of the world's oceans than almost anyone else. Now she is warning that there will be more waste plastic in the sea than fish by 2050, unless the industry cleans up its act.
According to a new Ellen MacArthur Foundation report launched at the World Economic Forum on Tuesday, new plastics will consume 20% of all oil production within 35 years, up from an estimated 5% today.