BFFP Campaign Toolkit_Spanish
Desde 2017, los miembros de #breakfreefromplastic y los agentes de cambio han organizado auditorías de marca para responsabilizar a los principales contaminadores de plásticos corporativos. Esta guía es para que todos los organizadores de auditorías de marca aprovechen sus auditorías de marca y tengan un impacto a largo plazo en sus comunidades. ¡Explora este recurso para llevar su auditoría de marca más lejos y crear una campaña ganadora!
BFFP Campaign Toolkit_French
Depuis 2017, les membres du mouvement #breakfastfromplastic organisent des audits de marque pour responsabiliser les entreprises qui polluent le plus a travers le monde. Ce guide est destiné à tous les organisateurs d'audit de marque afin de tirer parti de leurs audits de marque et d'avoir un impact à plus long terme dans leurs communautés. Explorez cette ressource pour approfondir votre audit de marque et créer une campagne gagnante!
The UNWRAPPED Project’s toolkit. Exposing the health risk of food packaging chemicals
As part of the UNWRAPPED Project, Zero Waste Europe has developed a toolkit to throw a spotlight on the human health risks posed by plastics and other food packaging materials. The 9 factsheets present facts and figures about how disposable food packaging can be harmful to human health and call for corporate and decision-makers to put an end to single-use packaging and take a precautionary approach to use harmful chemicals that are known to migrate out of packaging and cause human health impacts.
BFFP Campaign Toolkit
Since 2017, #breakfreefromplastic members and changemakers have organized brand audits to hold the top corporate plastic polluters accountable. This guide is for all brand audit organizers to leverage their brand audits and make a longer-term impact in their communities. Explore this resource to take your brand audit further and build a winning campaign!
Brand Audit Toolkit
Mobilizing massive citizen muscle with a common mission so corporations can no longer frame the issue as one of only consumer responsibility
Brand Audit Social Media Toolkit 2020
The highly anticipated “BRANDED Volume III: Demanding Corporate Accountability for Plastic Pollution” IS OUT. Congratulations to everyone who participated in this year’s #BrandAudit2020, which included 575 brand audit events from 55 countries across 6 continents!
Path of Toxic Pollution: How making “forever chemicals” for food packaging threatens people and the climate
When PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) treatments are used in food packaging, they provide a temporary benefit: grease resistance during the short time the packaging holds food. Behind that benefit, however, lies massive pollution that devastates communities such as North Alabama, contributes significantly to climate change and the destruction of the ozone layer, and contaminates communities worldwide with chemicals that last forever
The Climate Emergency Unpacked: How Consumer Goods Companies are Fueling Big Oil’s Plastic Expansion
The report highlights how global brands like Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, and Nestlé are driving Big Oil's expansion of plastic production, threatening the global climate and communities worldwide.
Hot tickets and hollow promises: solutions to the plastic crisis Investor Briefing
Solutions to the plastic crisis come in many forms. Our investor briefing, Hot Tickets and Hollow Promises, demonstrates how not all solutions to the plastic crisis are created equal; some are more financially and technically viable than others. A concerning level of attention is still being paid to unproven solutions, while major investment institutions lack a full understanding of the policy landscape and its implications, and how it will create risks and opportunities for solution technologies. Our breifing details both the operating context for investors and businesses in response to the plastics crisis over the next decade, as well as highlighting recommendations and case studies.
Plastic waste has arrived in Latin America: trends and challenges in the region
Between January and August 2020, the United States shipped 44,173 tons of plastic waste, the same tonnage as almost 300 blue whales, to 15 Latin American countries, approximately 35 containers per day. An investigative report by GAIA LAC (Latin America and the Caribbean) members reveals the untold story of how the United States is exporting its plastic problems to Latin America–disregarding international and national laws–and the harm that it’s causing to the Latin American people and environment. The Executive Summary of the report, including its key findings, has been translated into English.
Style Guide For Members
Break Free From Plastic is a global movement working to stop plastic pollution for good.
By linking together the many great initiatives happening all over the world, we demonstrate our size, diversity, and global reach. Using the logo and hashtag strengthens and amplifies our movement-wide message to #breakfreefromplastic!
Will Europe slay the plastic pollution dragon?
The #breakfreefromplastic movement and the Rethink Plastic alliance took on the plastic pollution dragon outside the Council of the European Union.
BFFP in Bali
#breakfreefromplastic changemakers meet in Bali, Indonesia!
Plastic Myth #1
Why Plastic Pollution is Personal | Natalie Fee
Natalie fee is the founder of City To Sea, a member of #breakfreefromplastic, that engages with communities, working with retailers and lobbying manufacturers her aim is to reverse the trend for disposable items in order to safeguard our seas for future generations.
Coastal Clean-up 2017
Watch how organizations under the #breakfreefromplastic banner are working to reveal the most polluting brands on our beaches!
How Plastic Production Pollutes Small Towns
Plastic pollutes at every step of the way but much of the consequences are hidden from view. We're pulling back the curtain to reveal the frontline communities being poisoned by plastic. This is The Story of Plastic. GET INVOLVED: https://www.storyofplastic.org
The Plastic Bag Diet
It's not that plastic waste in our world is mismanaged; it's that there is so much plastic being produced that it's unmanageable. Solutions start with reduction and prevention because by the time plastic enters the environment, it's already too late. GET INVOLVED: https://www.storyofplastic.org/
Manila’s Zero Waste Neighborhoods
Plastic polluted neighborhoods in Manila are taking things into their own hands by creating systemic zero waste programs that collect all recyclables, compost all organics, and push for corporate accountability. GET INVOLVED: https://www.storyofplastic.org/
Where Your Recycled Plastic Ends Up
The mass production of single-use plastic has put us in the biggest recycling crisis in history. LEARN MORE: https://www.storyofplastic.org/
The Plastic Carbon Footprint
As ocean temperatures rise with global warming, tropical cyclones are hitting Asian nations like Japan and the Philippines like never before. So to end this season..we wanted to talk about climate change. We start with a story about a zero waste village created from the devastation of Super Typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines. Then we weave together experts from earlier episodes to find out: What is link between disposable plastic waste and climate change? This new 5-episode season is based on The Asia Plastic Atlas from the Heinrich Boell Foundation with support from Break Free From Plastic Asia Pacific.
Lessons From a Pandemic
In this episode… we’ll traverse from Hong Kong to South Korea and onto Pune, India. We start with Hong Kong, where Sustainable Asia is based, because no new legislation on plastic waste has been introduced for over a decade. Then we peak through the curtain of the COVID pandemic to see how South Korea is reacting to their recent surge in plastic waste. Finally we turn to Pune, India where under appreciated workers form the backbone of their unregulated recycling systems. This new 5-episode season is based on The Asia Plastic Atlas from the Heinrich Boell Foundation with support from Break Free From Plastic Asia Pacific.
Community Trash Talk
Sparked by the zero waste movement, Asian countries are focusing on reducing..rather than recycling... plastic waste. We start our story on the wealthy island nation of Japan…where the rural village of Kamikatsu…can no longer afford the cost of incinerating disposable plastic and other types of waste. But the question remains, can poorer southeast asia neighbours also apply these zero waste principles to solve their plastic waste dilemma? This new 5-episode season is based on The Asia Plastic Atlas from the Heinrich Boell Foundation with support from Break Free From Plastic Asia Pacific.
Shouldn’t They Know Better?
We first travel to a waste bank on the island of Lembeh, Indonesia to see how recycling works (or doesn’t work) in small villages. Then we take a look at PET plastic recycling in Asian urban centres...it’s feasible…but if local governments here shoulder the burden of collecting and sorting the plastic waste...is that really making the polluters pay? This new 5-episode season is based on The Asia Plastic Atlas from the Heinrich Boell Foundation with support from Break Free From Plastic Asia Pacific.
Once Upon a Plastic Covered Beach…
We start with Melati Wijsen’s story….a young Indonesian civic advocate who went on a hunger strike in an effort to ban plastic bags on Bali. With waste collection rates hovering around 44%, are Asian countries really to blame for the pollution crisis brought by disposable plastic packaging? This new 5-episode season is based on The Asia Plastic Atlas from the Heinrich Boell Foundation with support from Break Free From Plastic Asia Pacific.
Introducing Mapping Asia’s Plastic Crisis
The plastic waste crisis in Asia is real...and it doesn’t seem to be getting better.... It’s clear that we need a new approach to reducing disposable plastic waste and its impact on the communities of Asia. This new 5-episode season is based on The Asia Plastic Atlas from the Heinrich Boell Foundation with support from Break Free From Plastic Asia Pacific.
Will the real solutions please stand up?
Take a closer look at the real solutions to the plastic pollution crisis.