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#CutTheCutlery! Taking our plastics campaign straight to Number 10

16 Feb 22

Big news from the campaign against single use plastic! Since the summer, the 38 Degrees community has been campaigning to get the government to ban a bunch of these nasty unrecyclable items – like plastic cutlery and polystyrene food packaging. More than 117,000 38 Degrees...


Plastic packaging on beer cans

1 Oct 18

If you ever needed proof that we can make multi-billion pound companies listen to the public and tackle the plastic pollution currently engulfing our planet… this is it. Earlier this month Walkers, the UK’s biggest crisp manufacturer, announced the world’s first national recycling scheme for...


#PacketInWalkers – Post your plastic packet back to Walkers

21 Sep 18

By 2025 – the year Walkers Crisps has promised to go plastic free – they’ll have produced 28 billion more plastic packets that will litter our beaches, our streets, and pile up in landfills. Hundreds of thousands of us have signed the petition, and our call for...


Statement from Walkers on their plastic packets

13 Aug 18

Last week 38 Degrees member Geraint handed in his HUGE 300,000 person petition to Walkers Crisps, calling on them to stop using plastic packaging. It followed the revelation that Walkers will produce 28 billion plastic packets in their Leicester factory alone, if they don’t scrap...


300,000 people call on Walkers to ditch plastic packets
Today we met the Walkers bosses

7 Aug 18

38 Degrees petition starter Geraint Ashcroft and Duncan Gordon from Pepsico Today Geraint handed in his huge 38 Degrees petition calling on Walkers Crisps to stop using plastic packaging. [1] Over 300,000 of us have now signed the campaign and it’s been splashed all over...

Wimbledon plastic bottles: hand-in

20 Jul 18

Read on for an update on the 38 Degrees petition calling on the Wimbledon tennis championships to ditch plastic bottles [1]… When the tournament hit the headlines after tennis players started asking questions about the huge number of plastic bottles used at Wimbledon, [2] more...