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Julian Carlos Cirineo

by admin | April 19, 2020

Communications Outreach Associate

Julian is the Communications Outreach Associate for #breakfreefromplastic. Before joining the movement, Julian dabbled in different fields within media and journalism, particularly in print and television. His most recent work prior to becoming part of the BFFP team was as the Managing Editor of Philippine-based advertising and creativity publication, adobo magazine. He also produced shows for […]

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Campaigns

Going for Zero Waste

by admin | April 15, 2020

GAIA’s Zero Waste Revolution Post Landfill Action Network’s zero waste events Zero Waste Europe’s zero waste events Plastic Pollution Coalition’s plastic-free events Zero Waste France’s zero waste sports events Zero Waste France’s zero waste in the office Women’s Environmental Network’s Environmenstrual Week of Action toolkit City to Sea’s Refill app Eco Canton’s Zero Waste Event […]

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Oil and gas, Press Release

Global Environmental Activists Ask UN to Support Worldwide Fracking Ban

by Matt Franklin | March 5, 2020

Group represents frontline communities from Europe, Mexico and Pennsylvania, along with researchers and international climate campaigners New York, NY — A group of environmental activists, public health professionals and campaigners who are fighting fracking, climate change, petrochemicals and plastic pollution met with the United Nations to discuss the harms and threats of gas drilling and […]

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Member Stories, News

Immediate and massive rejection to Coca Cola advertisements

by admin | February 7, 2020

Coca-Cola recently released several TV ads, which were strongly criticized in social media. Two of them, in particular, refer to environmental problems: global warming and forest fires in one of them and the problem of waste, in the other. Just a few days before, the company declared in Davos that it won’t stop using single-use […]

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Member Stories, News, Plastic Policies

Plastic-pollution bills gain steam on Capitol Hill

by Brian Dabbs | January 27, 2020

A bipartisan bill to boost plastics recycling could soon find its way to the president’s desk, but a more controversial package is dividing lawmakers and stakeholders.   A multi-track effort is afoot in the House to rein in the staggering 8 million tons of plastic dumped into oceans each year. Lawmakers in the lower chamber are […]

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