Could you gather some used bags and tie them together to ring the National Geographic building? Would be a good way to show how many bags are used eg. this took X bags, but NG uses XX every month.
That's basically what i was going to suggest! I remember when the magazine was delivered in a brown paper sleeve. I guess someone a long time ago thought the magazines were getting wet if the mailman was delivering in the rain? I don't recall any soggy issues.
That would be a great way to show them to stop.
I live in Japan, a country with almost no natural resources. The plastic and general waste here is beyond description.
además en la edición español latinoamericano, de editorial Televisa, la revista ha decaído bastante con una página sí y otra también de anuncios. Cancelé mi suscripción, no voy a estar pagando para ver un catálogo, además que la publicidad es basura consumista disfrazada de "productos verdes"
natgeo, be coherent with the message that you spread
No se ingles, , algún alma caritativa que me traduzca, por favor!
Save the coral reefs they produced organisms, stop delive plastic polybags, is necessary protection and conservation.
You got that right!
Please sign this!
signed! please consider signing this petition that aims to help shut down Chinese fur farms and the skinning alive of cats, dogs and other poor creatures: http://www.causes.com/actions/1736270-petition-stop-the-torture-slaughter-of-animals-for-fashion
Well, what's the alternative? Paper bags do not seem to do a good job of keeping the magazines protected from the elements (to which they are exposed all the time when home delivered).
Recyclable containers..... and take your own bags to supermarket...
recyclable containers and take your own bags to supermarket....
Lowe's also has bins for plastic bags, batteries, cell phones and recyclable light bulbs. Most grocery stores also sell reusable grocery bags for about $1.00, with their logo.
Plastic is recyclable, and I am certainly not going to fly to DC every month to pick up my magazine with a reusable grocery bag.
Write each signee's name on a plastic bag and ship them in big boxes to the building. Or take them there personally if you guys can.
I was going to suggest much the same. Put each of the 15,000 names into a plastic bag and bring them over. (Though I hate the idea of 15,000 plastic bags...)
I was thinking of using clean, used bags (hopefully THEIRS but maybe some other bags would work). I know I personally can contribute around 1,000 or a few more of those white/grey/yellow shopping bags since I stored up every one I found or got in order to re-use them.
Invite the Greenpeace IceClimb team to unfurl a banner made of biodagradable fabric woven from yarn spun from responsibly grown renewable resources, with all the signatures hand copied onto it in non-toxic ink, and a snappy slogan ("NO more pollution from plastic covers on Nat Geo" from the top of National Geographic headquarters.