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Coordination Team

Emma Priestland

by admin | November 17, 2022

Corporate Campaigns Coordinator

Emma leads the Break Free From Plastic corporate campaigning coordination team, helping movement members push consumer goods companies and retailers to reduce their plastic use. She has advocated for an end to plastic pollution for over ten years and has been active in the Break Free From Plastic movement since 2016. Emma was a founding […]

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Press Release

For the Fifth Year in a row, Break Free From Plastic marks World Cleanup Day by holding companies accountable for plastic pollution

by admin | September 17, 2022

2022 brand audits in Indonesia with Greenpeace Ocean Defender, 2022 ||  photo credit: Jibriel Firman, Annisa Dian Ndari 2022 Manila, Philippines (17 September 2022) – Today, on World Cleanup Day, Break Free From Plastic members are harnessing the power of citizen science and community action to hold corporate polluters accountable for the plastic pollution crisis […]

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Press Release

With caution, #breakfreefromplastic welcomes Coca-Cola’s 25% Reusable Target By 2030

by admin | February 10, 2022

Environmental groups who have been advocating for reusable and refillable solutions to the plastic pollution crisis believes the beverage giant can do better Manila — Today, The Coca-Cola Company announced its goal of having 25% of all beverages globally across its portfolio of brands sold in refillable/returnable glass or plastic bottles, or refillable containers, by […]

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The Coca-Cola Company and PepsiCo named top plastic polluters for the fourth year in a row

by admin | October 25, 2021

  COP26 sponsor Unilever rises in the ranks to be the world’s third worst plastic polluter according to 2021 Brand Audit October 25, 2021 — The Coca-Cola Company and PepsiCo are ranked as the world’s top plastic polluters for the 4th consecutive year according to Break Free From Plastic, whose latest global Brand Audit report […]

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Report: Consumer goods companies are missing the mark with false solutions to the plastic pollution crisis

by admin | June 22, 2021

June 22, 2021 —- Top fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) companies are churning out plastic pollution ‘solution’ projects that do very little to solve the plastic pollution crisis. The Break Free From Plastic global movement has tracked and analysed projects that seven major companies and eight alliances claim are part of their response to plastic […]

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