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Don't Suck. Stop Using Wasteful Plastic Straws

by David Suzuki
Article

Numerous campaigns have sprung up to get people to forgo drinking straws — or at least to use less environmentally damaging alternatives. Some restaurants have stopped automatically putting them in drinks, and others are using compostable straws, but most still offer plastic. International spirits company Bacardi has joined with the Surfrider Foundation for a "no-straw movement" as part of its Good Spirited: Building a Sustainable Future program.

Bacardi Employees Team Up with Surfrider Foundation for Beach Dune Restoration

70+ Volunteers to Remove Invasive Species and Plastics
Press Release

CORAL GABLES, Fla. and MIAMI BEACH, Fla., July 17, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Teams of Bacardi employees, ecology experts and volunteers for Surfrider Foundation’s Miami chapter recently worked together to help restore the beach dune and preserve the unique ecosystem along the Miami Beach coastline.

Bacardi Initiates a ‘No-Straw’ Movement to Reduce Waste

Press Release

Hamilton, Bermuda, March 22, 2016 /3BL Media/ – In celebration of World Water Day today, Bacardi announces it has launched an in-house initiative to remove straws and stirrers in cocktails at company events.

Volcom’s V.Co-logical Series: A 1% for the Planet Partner

Summary: 

Volcom's V.Co-Logical Series represents the company's environmentally conscious movement towards sustainability and, by way of their 1% for the Planet Membership, 1% of every sale in this category goes to select environmental protection organizations.

Learn a bit more about Volcom's V.Co-logical Series and the partnership they have with 1% for the Planet and a list of environmentally focused non-profit organizations across the globe.
Press Release

Volcom's V.Co-Logical Series represents the company's environmentally conscious movement towards sustainability and, by way of their 1% for the Planet Membership, 1% of every sale in this category goes to select environmental protection organizations.

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