Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - New Zealand

Global Campaign to Bring Your Own Reusables

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To celebrate World Oceans Day 2020, Less Plastic UK has teamed up with the network partners at the International Waste Platform to launch a global multi-lingual campaign to reduce single-use plastic waste in the hospitality and retail sectors.

Together we have created a window sticker/poster in several different languages to help restaurants, fast food chains, take-away providers, cafés, shops, supermarkets, and canteens in schools and workplaces around the world reduce waste by encouraging people to bring their own reusables.

The 152mm x 152mm (6″ x 6″) poster is available in multiple languages for anyone to use at no cost. It can be printed using a standard printer and cut to size for display anywhere.

Please feel free to support the reduction of single-use waste by using these posters in your local community.

Languages currently available: Arabic, Burmese, Efik, English, French, Georgian, German, Greek, Hausa, Igbo, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Lao, Malay, Maori, Mauritian Creole, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swahili, Tetum, Yoruba.

If you’d like to translate the poster into your language and add your logo FREE OF CHARGE, please get in touch with nina@indonesianwaste.org to make arrangements.

Scroll down to see the posters created by the network partners, in alphabetical order by country…

Big thanks to the Gallifrey Foundation for sponsoring the artwork.

#OceanAction #ClimateAction #SingleUsePlastics

ARABIC

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Arabic

BURMESE

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Myanmar Burmese

EFIK

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Nigeria Efik

ENGLISH

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - English

FRENCH

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - French

GEORGIAN

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Georgian

GERMAN 

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - German

GREEK 

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Greek

HAUSA

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Nigeria Hausa

IGBO

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Nigeria Igbo

INDONESIAN

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Indonesia

ITALIAN

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Italian

JAPANESE

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Japanese

LAO

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Lao

MALAY

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Malaysia Malay

MAORI

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - New Zealand Maori

MAURITIAN CREOLE

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Mauritian Creole

NORWEGIAN

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Norway

PORTUGUESE 

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Portugal

RUSSIAN

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Russia

SLOVENIAN

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Yoruba

SPANISH

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Spanish

SWAHILI

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Kenya Swahili

TETUM

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Timor-Leste Tetum

YORUBA

Global campaign to encourage bring your own reusables - Yoruba

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