Giving up plastic: Action TODAY, 4/16

Quitting plastic for Lent is hard! Want to do something to make it easier to stop using single use plastic? Let’s get companies to stop using it. Our friends at Greenpeace have asked us to make a call today to let Nestle know we’d like them to stop single use plastic and become an industry leader in alternatives….

from Greenpeace:

While Nestlé has acknowledged the impacts of its throwaway plastics, the company has yet to act with the urgency needed to tackle a global pollution crisis. We know they hold the power to be that first, corporate domino that would shift the ENTIRE industry. In partnership with activism around the globe, we’re asking supporters like you to call Nestlé, telling them to be an industry leader for phasing out single-use plastic, and innovate new refillable and reusable packaging. Our planet and impacted communities around the world can’t wait for it to be convenient for Nestlé to act, the time is now.

Flood Nestlé with calls!

The Nestlé Customer Support Line is open everyday, at all hours.

Call 1-888-918-6672, and after a short message from us, you will be patched to the Nestlé Customer Service line.

Suggested script:

Hi, my name is NAME and I’m calling from CITY, STATE. I’m very concerned by the massive amount of single-use plastic pollution and Nestlé is one of the largest global corporations that relies heavily on such packaging. I would like Nestlé to be an industry leader and phase out single-use plastic packaging, while innovating bold, new solutions like refillable and reusable packaging. Thank you!

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