In 2008, Starbucks said by now it would use only 100% recycled and recyclable cups, and serve 25% of its drinks in reusable mugs. We're still waiting. Let's get them to change!
Stand.earth is promoting a Video by Erika share, former Senior Editor at The Onion and Anthony Easton, former managing editor of ClickHole to make people aware of the ridiculous amount of waste (clearcut forestry, toxic paper mills, and waste cups! -Argh!) that is produced via the Starbucks coffee market.
The great thing about helping with this campaign is that if Starbucks does change, then many other large coffee companies and perhaps other beverage companies will also follow suit.
Check it out and share it. And if you want... check out the following link to donate to supercharge this going viral.
Stand.earth goes to the Starbucks annual stock holder's meeting and asked them to start using recyclable cups as they promised in 2008. Help stop 1,000,000 trees from being cut down annually. Watch the video and share.
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