Stranded on the beach, lost, and starving. That’s how scientists found a rare, baby deep-water dolphin just days ago in Florida.
She was in agony after getting two plastic bags stuck in her stomach. Scientists worked through the night to help her but her condition was so bad, she couldn’t be saved.
Whole Foods banks on its reputation as being good for our planet. But the grim reality is that the company is crowding our oceans with plastics and wreaking havoc on marine life.
Right now, you have a chance to change that. Whole Foods’ competitor Trader Joe’s just announced that it will reduce single use plastics and cut its plastic waste by 1 million pounds each year. This gives us leverage to pressure Whole Foods to do the same.
If you donate today, we can hit Whole Foods hard - at its biggest store AND global headquarters. We’ll circle the store with a mobile billboard of marine animals choking on plastic pollution, showing employees and customers how it's hurting our planet.
Will you chip in to force Whole Foods to protect marine life from plastic pollution?