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Coca-Cola UK headquarters blocked by 2.5-ton sculpture protest

by Futures Centre, Apr 19
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Pressure increasing on Coke to tackle its reliance on single-use plastic bottles – Greenpeace installed a 2.5tonne sculpture of seagull vomiting plastic on their London HQ doorstep!

Coca-Cola UK HQ blocked by sculpture protest

The campaign group said the sculpture, which depicts an idyllic family beach scene interrupted by birds choking on plastic, was intended to highlight what it claimed were failings by the company. In a report released on Monday, Greenpeace claimed that Coca-Cola — the world’s largest soft drinks company — sells more than 100 billion plastic bottles every year.

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