COP27 sponsor Coca-Cola named worst plastic polluter for fifth consecutive year
16 November 2022 | 12:32 pm
COP27 Sponsor The Coca-Cola Company named worst plastic polluter for five years in a row according to 2022 Brand Audit. The Coca-Cola Company, PepsiCo, and Nestlé come in as the world's top plastic polluters for five years running, according to Break Free From Plastic's latest global brand audit report.
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Portuguese football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo removed two bottles of Euro 2020 tournament sponsors Coca-Cola away from him as he entered a news conference, before holding up a bottle of water to the media, dismissing the famous sugary drink.
This weekend, the United Nation's climate change conference COP27 kicks off in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Losses from climate-related disasters are on the rise, and the question of who will foot the bill is likely to dominate discussions. Developing nations, bearing the brunt of the crisis, won't shy away from demanding that richer countries pay up. In this special edition of Down to Earth, we take a closer look at the growing rift between the North and global South.
Thirteen years ago, the UN's climate conference saw developed countries commit $100 billion per year by 2020. That figure has not been met and it is South Asia that has paid the price, say climate activists.
As world powers prepare to begin crucial climate talks at the COP27 summit in Egypt, we speak to Chiara Martinelli, director of the Climate Action Network Europe, which describes itself as Europe's leading NGO coalition fighting dangerous climate change.
The world climate conference, COP-27, has kicked off in Egypt in a year of global crises. Weather disasters, food shortages, and the war in Ukraine underscore the urgency facing the delegates from nearly 200 countries.
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