Mr. Roberts knew that he would take a financial hit but he NEVER should have been put in this position.
A flock of feathered friends are cleaning up parklands in France.
A voluntary, non-binding agreement won’t be enough to address a continuing wave of single-use plastics that presents a serious threat to the world’s oceans.
If this ad represent the thinking at Keurig then something is very wrong there.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that 75 percent of the waste stream in the U.S. is recoverable, but only 30 percent actually gets recycled or composted.
China’s ban could push countries to tackle wasteful, disposable lifestyles at source.