Multinational corporation Johnson & Johnson is to stop selling plastic cotton buds – one of the most common item of litter found on Britain’s beaches – in half the countries of the world after a campaign to cut marine pollution. The company will instead use paper to make the stick of the buds.
Source: Johnson & Johnson will stop selling plastic cotton buds in half the world to help cut marine pollution | The Independent
Monday 13 February 2017
Brilliant news, but why only do this in half the countries in the world? On this blog we have a category for heroes and a category for needs improvement. This goes in the latter category for now.