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!
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.
Cleaning up Manila’s beaches
Members and volunteers of Break Free From Plastic Movement collected and audited at least 50 sacks of rubbish along the coast of Manila’s Freedom Island during the celebration of World coastal clean-up day.
Can One Straw Change The World? | Rachel Lincoln Sarnoff | TEDxSantaBarbara
Rachel Lincoln Sarnoff is the former Executive Director of 5 Gyres Institute, the ocean conservation non-profit that first discovered plastic microbeads.
Our Plastic, Our Problem (A marine litter info-operetta!)
The Amazing Mr. Smashing sings an info-operetta about plastic in our oceans! Video courtesy of BFFP movement member, Seas at Risk.
Break Free From Plastic Movement
In July 2016, over 100 citizens and NGO’s from all over the world convened in Tagaytay, Philippines and built a strategy to scale a global movement to end plastic pollution.
The One Thing Missing from Beach Cleanups
Cleanups are a great way to remove plastic pollution already on the beach, but how do we stop it from getting there in the first place?
Brand audits name Coca-Cola, Nestlé and PepsiCo top plastic polluters for the second year in a row
Brand audits name Coca-Cola, Nestlé and PepsiCo top plastic polluters for the second year in a row. Four hundred and eighty-four cleanups in over 50 countries and 6 continents, organised by the Break Free From Plastic movement in September identified the top polluting companies, The rest of the companies rounding out the top 10 polluters are Mondelēz International, Unilever, Mars, P&G, Colgate-Palmolive, Phillip Morris, and Perfetti Van Melle.