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- Cole Marketing Marysville, WA, United States
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Petition to MAMA 2017, CJ E&M, mnet, 엠넷 , 마마
Petition for MAMA's criteria for eliminating rigged ballot votes / MAMA 부정투표 기준에 대한 피드백 청원
… Feedback on the Criteria for Eliminating Rigged Ballot Votes 1. We demand the criteria for the … criteria for eliminating rigged ballot votes. 9. Moreover, Mnet's statement for resolution and…
BTS ANT (방탄소년단 개미)
Petition to Mayor Jim Watson, Ecology Ottawa, Catherine McKenna
Reduce waste in Ottawa by eliminating single-use, disposable plastics & bags
Ottawa is a beautiful city, a city many of us have had the opportunity to witness incredible growth and change over the years. With Ottawa being the nation’s capital, we believe that we should be a city that leads and inspires change that is beneficial not only to it’s citizens, but to our community around us.We believe that it is our responsibility as citizens of Ottawa, to protect and care about our city. Caring for it and protecting it shows great respect for our city, as well as ourselves. It is no secret that we are facing a global waste issue but we believe we can work together to prevent further waste and create a long-lasting and impactful change.Currently our landfills are full. With our city growing larger, we don’t have the capacity to hold the increasing amount of waste. While the green bin and recycling is helpful, we believe we can further reduce our waste by: Banning the use and sale of single-use, disposable plastic bags Banning single-use, disposable plastic items such as cutlery, plates and cups Cities that have already implemented these changes are: Fort McMurray, Alberta is the first city in Canada (since 2010) to ban single-use bags both paper and plastic, including biodegradable bags. They allow bags from fast-food restaurants and bags for bulk use like produce and bags from pharmacies and liquor stores. Leaf Rapids, Manitoba banned single-use plastic bags in 2007. The town imposed the ban not only because of the detrimental impact the bags have on the environment but also because of the impact on the community's aesthetics Montreal, Quebec is banning plastic bags by January 1, 2018 San Francisco, California became the first state in the U.S. to ban plastic bags and plastic bottles in 2014. France became the first country to ban plastic bags, plastic plates and cutlery, a ban which goes into effect in 2020. Bangladesh became the first nation to ban plastic bags in 2002, after they blocked up drainage systems during flooding. Other cities, such as Toronto, Ontario and Halifax, Nova Scotia are also considering banning plastic bags as well. Why is this important? It will help to reduce plastic waste in the landfill as we move to biodegradable items that can be composted. Plastic is not biodegradable. It supports the use of petroleum, blocks drainage systems, is harmful to wildlife and ruins the aesthetics of the city’s streets and parks. Plastic bags cost retailers an estimated $4 billion dollars a year. Businesses will save money, and can also earn more by selling reusable bags which can be made locally using scrap fabric. Ikea is a great example of a company that went from using 25 million disposable bags a year to banning them altogether in 2009. Our city is about to have our firstly named “zero waste” store, Nu Grocery, opening this year, which means we are a community that is already seeking ways to reduce our waste. A Dream Lived Greener has personally been living a “zero waste” life and striving to avoid single use plastics in their daily lives since 2015. There are many others just like them joining the movement to reduce waste and seek alternatives all over our city and our province.We are leaders in Ottawa, striving for change and we care deeply about the city and environment we live in. Please help us reduce waste and be the change by banning single use, disposable plastics! Sincerely,The Citizens of Ottawa
Petition to Michigan House of Representatives Education Committee
Lilliana's Law -- Eliminating Dangerous Equipment from Education Spaces
Lilliana's Law House Bill 5984 would amend the Revised School Code to require the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to conduct yearly safety inspections of school buildings and provide notice of violations. Under the bill, before August 15, 2019 and yearly thereafter, DHHS would have to inspect each school building operated by a public or nonpublic school for health and safety violations. School building would include a building used primarily to provide instruction to pupils and a recreational or athletic structure or field intended to be used by pupils. DHHS would have to provide notice of any health or safety violations to the school's governing body within 14 days after the inspection, with any required or recommended modifications or remedial measures noted. Within 14 days after receiving the notice, a school's governing body would have to submit proof of any remedial measures taken to correct violations. Proposed MCL 380.1264
Petition to firstname.lastname@example.org , The Dunkin' Donuts Leadership Team, Nigel Travis, Jack Clare, David Hoffman, Scott Murphy, Karen Raskopf, Tony Weisman
THANK Dunkin' Donuts for eliminating foam cups!
Like me, are you tired of signing petitions for what you don't want? Then take a moment to sign this one, and say thank you to Dunkin' Donuts for working toward a future we do want... a future without Styrofoam (expanded polystyrene foam) waste! Dunkin' Donuts announced yesterday (2/7/18) they will begin replacing their ubiquitous foam cup with a new double-walled paper cup (see photo above) in the US this spring, and promise to eliminate foam cups worldwide in 2020. https://news.dunkindonuts.com/news/dunkin-donuts-to-eliminate-foam-cups-worldwide-in-2020 I stopped drinking Dunkin' Donuts coffee (which I love) due to their foam cups; I look forward to again buying Dunkin' Donuts coffee at my local Leonia, NJ shop -- in a new paper cup as soon as the foam cups are gone! I choose where I spend my consumer dollar, and I want the leadership team at Dunkin' Donuts to know that their actions and policies to protect the environment and work toward sustainability are important to me. It is important to all of us*, to the children in our lives, to future generations. Join me in signing this petition. And since big businesses seem to have more sway these days than the common sense majority, also join me in asking the Dunkin' Donuts Leadership Team to share their example of corporate responsibility and to apply their influence in support of Environmental Protection and Sustainability policies at federal and international levels.If they do this, I'll buy Dunkin' Donuts coffees for everyone at my local Leonia, NJ shop! *When the Leonia Action Alliance, a grassroots community group, worked toward making my small New Jersey town Styrofoam-Free, it identified these Top 5 Reasons to Eliminate Styrofoam:1) Health Hazard (contains neurotoxins)2) Environmental Hazard (manufacturing produces hazardous waste)3) Not really recyclable (difficult and expensive to reprocess - not recycled in my town)4) Not Biodegradable (Styrofoam ends up in landfill and lasts forever)5) Pollutes rivers and oceans; Kills fish and wildlifeLearn more: http://leoniaactionalliance.org/styrofoam-details.php
Leonia, NJ, United States
Petition to Furries are very gay and have been caught on many pedophile charges please help me get rid of them, People that dont like furries
We will end all furries
Petition to Andy Wells, Jay Adams
Stop the DOT from eliminating a Clement Blvd Overpass NOW!
There has been a lot of news recently about the DOT's plans to widen and change Hwy 321 through Hickory. The original plans for an overpass were recently changed to a "Super Street" design at the Hwy 321/Clement Blvd intersection. These changes present huge barriers to Hickory’s growth and development. Drivers will no longer be able to drive straight across Hwy 321. We will be forced to make a right turn, cross 2 lanes of traffic to a median, wait for oncoming traffic, make a U-turn crossing 2 more lanes of traffic, then make another right turn. The change would also prevent a left turn onto southbound Hwy 321. This decision was based on projections for population growth and current "car counts" from the last few years. This is very short-sighted, as major investments are in the works that will dramatically affect these traffic projections as this district grows. The DOT plan has NOT taken this into account! Everyone who accesses Hwy 321, people who commute into Hickory, people who frequent Hickory restaurants and businesses, and Hickory residents will all be affected. Super Street designs have been heavily opposed by NC towns in the past year after the DOT proposed them as a less-expensive way to expedite traffic flow. These models are NOT in the best interest of local communities. Hickory citizens need to fight this model and keep the DOT from using us as their guinea pig. In early 2017 Matthews, Indian Trail, and Stallings, NC fought the DOT on this issue and won! Residents voiced their concerns and the DOT plan was changed! We need to tell our state representatives that we want to protect and preserve our town, making it a destination, not a by-pass. Hickory will be negatively affected by this Super Street plan in the following ways: First, $40 million in bond money has been voted on and approved by Hickory residents for projects connecting Downtown to Lake Hickory for pedestrians and bikers. This is designed to be a regional draw and the corridor is best accessed at Clement Blvd. By not allowing east/west access across 321 here, the entire west side of Hickory is limited in accessing this new amenity. Second, major improvements have also been made at our Crawdads baseball stadium, and more are planned with the coming Riverwalk Project. The new intersection will cause major traffic flow issues as people attempt to cross Hwy 321 to get to and from games. Also, investors are looking at the very large building next door to the Crawdad's stadium. This could be a major sports complex which will bring quite a bit of traffic year round. Third, Hickory’s airport is a key feature to the area’s economic development. The Super Street design would make it more difficult to get from most of Hickory to the airport, and vice-versa. Fourth, if mass transit is introduced in this part of town, buses or other larger vehicles will have to make three turns just to cross Hwy 321. Finally, right now there are a number of major commercial efforts underway to develop both sides of 321 and Old Lenoir Road. Cutting off east/west vehicular access is a huge stumbling block to development of this area and will increase congestion on 321. Hickory needs to be a place people drive "TO" not “THROUGH.” Keeping the Clement Blvd overpass would be a tremendous aid for positive growth in Hickory. Its elimination will have negative effects for years. For Hickory to grow it has to be easier to get here, not harder. PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION NOW.
Jon David Ross
Petition to Donald Trump
eliminating dogs tail and ear cropping.
I believe that we should eliminate the practice of docking dogs for cosmetic reasons. Tail and ear docking is a serious abuse that happens to innocent dogs all around the world. There are over 70 dog breeds that have their tails and/or ears docked for cosmetic purposes. Docking is usually done when puppies are only a few days old! That is absolutely ridiculous and all for what? So the dog can be accepted into a prestigious dog show? Would you dock a newborn baby’s ear? Docking is painful for the dog, and makes it harder for dogs to communicate. In addition, it is no longer useful to crop dogs’ tails for farm work or hunting, since most dogs no longer do those jobs. For these reasons, docking should be banned in the U.S.A.
Petition to Mike Thompson, U.S. Senate
Eliminating the Electoral College
“The Electoral College may have been a necessity in the past, however, in today's political world, it is an outdated, and an unnecessary system that deprives the public of our voice. As seen by the most recent election, the votes of the Electoral College can be easily overruled by the majority vote of the public. We are concerned that the Electoral College may discourage future generations to stand up and voice their opinions. Especially as young adults, we want to have our voices heard so that we may take charge and initiate the future of our generations to come. We must make a change now so that we control what our nation will developes into. Please help us by signing this petition to make sure our concerns are heard!”
Petition to Walmart, Doug McMillon, Greg Foran, David Cheesewright, Marc Lore, Claire Babineaux-Fontenot, Andy Barron, Dan Bartlett, Michael J. Bender, Brett Biggs, Steve Bratspies, Jacqui Canney, Michael Dast...
Tell Walmart to stop this cage-free hypocrisy!
Living in New York can be expensive; so finding good deals and stretching each dollar is very important. That is why I frequently shop at Walmart both here, and when I visit my family in Mexico. Shockingly, when shopping back home in Mexico at Walmart, I learned that Walmart has different standards for food safety and how animals should be treated. Like the vast majority of consumers in the US and throughout Mexico, my family takes animal welfare seriously. This is why my family and I were shocked to learn that Walmart refuses to end its support of cruel cage farms in Mexico despite already committing to going 100% cage-free in the United States! Walmart locations in Mexico are clearly held to a substandard and this not acceptable. Major restaurants, retailers, distributors and egg suppliers are making the transition to cage-free due to an outpour from consumers demanding these important changes for animals. Even McDonald’s, Burger King, and Grupo Bimbo have committed to going 100% cage-free in Mexico. So why does Walmart think that nobody will catch wind of its continued support of caging animals in this changing climate? As it stands today, Walmart is showing its apparent true colors: Food standards in Mexico are not as important as food standards in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. I ask both my Mexican and American friends -- please sign my petition to plead for equal food standards in both United States and Mexico.
The Humane League
Petition to Cole Marketing, Superintendents
Reduce Violence By Eliminating Dehumanization
The Department of Justice puts out a report each year detailing the statistics of crime, violent crime, and extremely violent crime. The numbers are staggering. The most recent report was released in 2017 for 2016 statistics, which showed that 5.7 million people experienced violence in 2016. With full disclosure, we are unaware if this will be in violation of the Change.org platform, as we are directing people to our website that has two anti-hate products we have created to help reduce violence. It is our resolve to have them placed in every single classroom from middle school and up. Our goal is to find like-minded people that want violence reduced. We need help to get this important message to filter out on several levels. The Change.org petitions signatures need to go to the superintendent of school districts. We also need to have people on an independent basis purchase the posters to start the conversation that dehumanization is the real enemy. Another thing we would welcome are donations to help with the marketing and advertising expenses involved with the very important message of how dehumanization is a catalyst for almost all violence. Many people believe that guns are involved with most violent crime, and that is completely untrue. The gun is not the problem. It is a tool used to cause harm after dehumanization has set in. Gun involvement is a very small percentage of 8.365%. After subtracting gun violence from the total, there is still a figure of over 5.2 Million people from the age of 12 and up that experienced violence in 2016. And, 2016 was not a wildly exceptional year for violence. The figures in the DOJ report show that violence toward male and females are at almost the same level. Meaning the level of violence is close to 50/50 based by gender. In order for you to understand the exact change we want to take place, we need to send you to the website to see the product and watch the video that explains the history of how we arrived at such horrible levels of violence. We (meaning all of us) need to get these tools in the hands of schools in order to begin the process of reversing the damage we allowed to take place. Allowing dehumanizing language to have a platform as “normal” has caused harm. But we can change it. Once you have seen the two products (listed on the front page), and if you agree that this is an important step to help protect others from harm, sign the petition to contact school superintendents. Demand schools start protecting children by NOT allowing them to believe that dehumanization of any kind is “normal”. Both of these posters will help schools drive this message home. If you’ve ever known someone that has experienced violence, or extreme violence, that was the direct cause of dehumanization, it becomes very personal. Everyone of us that have worked on this project knows someone (male and female) that was called one of the four names on the right hand side of the top poster prior to the violence. You may have too. Thank you for your support. The site is – www.3rdgearlife.com
Marysville, WA, United States
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