plastic bag bans

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Update posted 3 weeks ago

Petition to The People

Help African Eco System With Mohamed Said Guedi

Mohamed Said Guedi Started the initiative to save the Ocean, Stop using plastic in the Sea and plant more trees in Africa. Mohamed Said Guedi is the richest man in the African horn, according to his Linkedin, Website and Twitter, he runs a telecom company called SomCable and a huge tobacco company also! Mohamed Said Guedi, the African businessperson and business person, is in charge of the accomplishment of numerous different extremely rich person organizations. Through his viable business arranging, inventive deals procedures, and imaginative promoting abilities, he has changed over many new companies into enormous organizations. For over 35 years, the business person and entrepreneur, has been doing great in different regions, for example, FMCG and media communications. In dispersion and coordinations additionally, Mohamed Said Guedi has done great work to add to the development of numerous organizations. His tobacco organization, Independent Tobacco has been developing globally and it is focussing on assembling, promoting, and appropriation of cigarettes. It was set up in the year 2004 in Dubai and it is making enormous development in various corners of the world. By making accessible an assortment of brands of cigarettes to a various number of customers, it has been fulfilling the requirements just as tastes of individuals over the world. Mohamed Said Guedi has great correspondence and introduction abilities which help in adding to the achievement of different extremely rich person organizations. Likewise, it is the enticing introduction and productive arrangement of the business visionary which has assumed an urgent job in guaranteeing the achievement of his various organizations over the world.

Mohamed Said Guedi
42 supporters
Update posted 4 months ago

Petition to Kroger, Walmart, Schnucks

Ban Plastic Bags From Kroger, Walmart, and Schnucks

    Plastic bags disrupt the environment in a very bad way. They get into the soil and slowly release toxic chemicals. They eventually break down into the soil, with the sad result being that animals eat them and often choke and die. Plastic bags are suffocating the planet, with 60,000 plastic bags being bought in the U.S. every 5 seconds. They take huge amounts of energy to manufacture, transport across the country and recycle. They don’t break down in landfill sites, but over time they release dangerous chemicals. They’re incredibly hard to recycle. They contribute to a widespread, global litter problem. The floods in Bangladesh in 1988 and 1998 and frequent flooding in Manila can be attributed to blockages caused by this type of litter. The common three-arrow recyclable symbol is found on plastic packaging across the U.S. however in many cases it is a marketing trick, as there is no regulation of the symbol or legal requirements for the way it is used. Many of the plastic bags collected by recycling companies cannot be reused or recycled, as the industry that produces them does not want to buy them back. Most ‘recycled’ bags, therefore, end up in landfill sites or are shipped to Asia. Most of the Earth’s wildlife is in the sea, which means that at least 260 other species of animals are also at risk of ingestion or entanglement due to plastic bags floating in the ocean. Floating plastic bags are often mistaken for jellyfish by marine animals who feed on them, such as sea turtles which are threatened with becoming endangered due to the mass ingestion of plastics. Shards of plastic bags lay in their stomachs, leaving no room for actual food. This is a terrible problem. Only you can fix it.      

Marie-Jolie Wiley
154 supporters
Update posted 5 months ago

Petition to Mayor of Neptune Township, Neptune Township Green Team, Neptune Environmental and Shade Tree Commission

Plastics ban in Neptune, NJ!

This petition is to ban single-use plastic bags, Styrofoam containers, and straws only by request in restaurants in Neptune Township, NJ! Neptune is a beachside town, and includes Shark River, Wesley Lake, Fletcher Lake, and Ocean Grove Beach. Unfortunately, no body of water, waterway, beach, or shoreline is safe from plastic and other forms of single-use disposable pollution.  New Jersey alone accounts for 4 billion plastic bags disposed of each year - they are used once or twice and either end up in landfills, where they emit greenhouse gases and contribute to climate change, or make their way into our waterways and ocean. There, they harm and kill wildlife, break down into micro-plastics, and infiltrate every level of the ocean, all the way to the sea floor. This means that they're in the sea food and salt we consume as well. Styrofoam is non-biodegradable, not recyclable and disposed of after one use. Just like other single-use disposables, they either go into a landfill, emitting greenhouse gases, or end up on the side of the road, in waterways, and the ocean. The United States accounts for 37% of all food service disposables globally, including Styrofoam!  The United States goes through 500 million straws every day - more than 182 billion straws each year! That's 342 million pounds of waste each year - ending up in landfills or, you guessed it, the ocean. Straws are one of the top 10 marine debris items found on beaches. They're also made from petroleum - a toxic and polluting non-renewable resource.  As a beachside town, we're the ones who feel the effects of climate change and pollution, because we see it firsthand. We have a responsibility to lead and set the example for other towns in New Jersey! 

Gabrielle Ientile
518 supporters