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Berkeley Group

The Berkeley Group Holdings plc is a British property developer based in Cobham, Surrey.

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Petitioning Coca-Cola, Pepsi Bottling, James Quincey, Environmental Protection Agency, Berkshire Hathaway, Berkeley Group, BlackRock

Coca-Cola is the Most Plastic Polluting Brand. AVOID COLA PET BOTTLES

HIGH ALERT!!! Coca-Cola has become the most polluting brand for the second time now, according to a global audit on plastic trash conducted by the Break Free From Plastic organization. Notably, the company’s products generated more plastic waste than the next three most polluting brands in the list altogether. Over 72,500 volunteers from 51 countries participated in the audit. They gathered 476,423 pieces of plastic waste in which about 43% of them had a brand name in it. After analysis, it has been revealed that a total of 11,732 pieces of plastic were branded under Coca Cola across 37 countries. Coca-Cola got followed by major brands like Nestle, PepsiCo, Mondelez International, Unilever, Mars, P&G, Colgate-Palmolive, Phillip Morris, and Perfetti Van Mille. Take a look at the top polluting brands per continent in the below image. Recent commitments by corporations like Coca-Cola, Nestlé, and PepsiCo to address the crisis unfortunately continue to rely on false solutions like replacing plastic with paper or bioplastics and relying more heavily on a broken global recycling system.”, said Abigail Aguilar, Greenpeace Southeast Asia plastic campaign coordinator. “These strategies largely protect the outdated throwaway business model that caused the plastic pollution crisis, and will do nothing to prevent these brands from being named the top polluters again in the future,”, Avoiding plastic bottles of such soft drink brands is the only option left tempting them to change their packaging of pet bottles. High Alert now !!!!

Swapnil Shukla
162 supporters
Save Trent Park - The Campaign to Protect & Enhance our Nation's Heritage

STATEMENT IN RESPONSE TO CHANGE.ORG PETITION APRIL 22, 2016 Thank you for signing the petition “Save Trent Park – The Campaign to Protect and Enhance Our Nation’s Heritage”. Berkeley would like to make the following statements to clarify our position in response to the petition and in line with the public consultation which has been undertaken to date. Firstly, and most importantly, we would like to reiterate that the protection and enhancement of the listed buildings and landscape features which make Trent Park such a unique and valuable asset to Enfield (and indeed to the nation more widely) has been a priority since we acquired the site in September 2015. Secondly, we are pleased to confirm that Berkeley fully supports the proposal to provide some form of museum within the Mansion House and provide public access to at least part of the House for the first time in its history as part of its application. This has already been the subject of substantial discussions with Enfield Council, as well as community representatives and over 700 people who have attended the six days of public consultation events held to date. The exact form which the museum takes will be subject to further discussions as to how it will be funded, who will manage it and many other logistical considerations. Berkeley is also fully committed to retaining public access to the grounds. Berkeley fully shares the view of those who have signed the petition that the sensitive restoration of all listed buildings and key heritage assets, as well as the high-quality, indeed exemplary, design of the new buildings is fundamental to the future success of the development. With this in mind, we have appointed prestigious architects to carry out historical reviews of the buildings and develop designs which meet the exacting standards required by the site. In addition, we have also appointed specialist landscape consultants Murdoch Wickham to undertake the restoration of the historic grounds. Murdoch Wickham oversaw the restoration of Humphrey Repton’s Repton Park, making them uniquely qualified to undertake the detailed work required at Trent Park. For more information about the project team please visit or email Nick Stanton via

4 years ago