This guerrilla stunt protested the impact of single-use plastic on marine and wildlife. The giant plastic six-pack ring got “caught” on iconic Vancouver sculptures, gaining the attention of commuters and tourists. The stunt was an initiative of the Plastic Pollution Coalition and was developed by Vancouver advertising agency Rethink.
More about the background of this campaign at Plastic Manners where Taina Uitto is blogging about one year living without plastic.
Related entries about plastic pollution:
– In the sea, there’s no such thing as a little bit of rubbish
– Rise Above Plastics
– Darth Bottle
– Message from the Gyre
– Billion Bag Challenge
– The Bay vs The Bag
– Greenpeace mushroom