What is The Dirty Dozen?

What is The Dirty Dozen?

08 JULY, 2020 By Carla Wessels Have you heard of the Dirty Dozen? No, not the 1960s war film. The Dirty Dozen is a data collection methodology used by organisations and researchers to track litter and trash on our beaches. Plastic is threatening our oceans. Our oceans...
The Lifecycle of a Can

The Lifecycle of a Can

01 JULY, 2020 By Jan-Niclas Schindzielorz This July, Greenpop is exploring why we should #CHOOSECANS as an alternative to plastic to combat pollution and environmental degradation.  To start to understand the environmental impact of a can, we need to look at...
50 Years of Climate Activism – Earth Day 2020

50 Years of Climate Activism – Earth Day 2020

50 Years of Climate Activism – Earth Day 2020 22 April, 2020 By Jan-Niclas Schindzielorz Today is Earth Day. I won’t blame you if you didn’t know that. It’s only been around for 50 years. Earth Day was introduced in 1970 by the US-American senator Gaylord...
These South African women have got bush.

These South African women have got bush.

These South African womxn have got bush. This Arbor Month, it’s not only about trees… We’ve got bush. And so should you.  At Greenpop, trees are at our roots, but after putting 80 000 trees in the ground over the last 7 years, we think it’s...
21 Ways to Become a Greenpop Activist

21 Ways to Become a Greenpop Activist

21 Ways to Become a Greenpop Activist 1 NOVEMBER, 2016 By Emily White Get active (not anxious) about the future of our planet with these activist campaign suggestions that are fun, adventurous, and even daring! Choose one of our suggestions or come up with your own...
These men have #GotWood.

These men have #GotWood.

These South African men have got wood. This Arbor Month, Greenpop asked brave change makers to bare it all for trees. And the results are spectacular.  What started out as a joke during a brainstorm quickly grew into Greenpop’s boldest fundraising effort to...

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