Asked if the companies were adequately addressing climate change risks, 55 percent of respondents said no.
Puma and Coca-Cola are collaborating to celebrate their long heritage through a nostalgic collection.
Burger King hasn't publicly acknowledged this significant change yet, and its not known how or if the chicken is any different on the new sandwiches.
New Balance will soon release a number of inline colorways of 1906, the first of which is scheduled to hit China on August 19th and August 12th in the rest of Asia.
The production and importation of of disposable forks, knives, and spoons increased during the pandemic.
The number 45 is embroidered on the lace to signify the 45th anniversary of the McDonald's All-American game, despite the fact that this is not an official McDonald's cooperation.
Cigarette butts found as top polluters of Jeju beaches
Cigarette butts are the most common items polluting Jeju beaches, according to a non-profit environmental group that is staging a coastal cleanup campaign.
According to the Korea Federation for Environmental Movement of Jeju, cigarette butts account for 22.9 percent of the total, followed by plastic debris with 22.5 percent.
Other disposable trash commonly found on Jeju beach are straws, tableware, and beverage bottles.
Cigarette butts are very harmful to the marine ecosystem due to the cellulose acetate found in their filters.
Cellulose acetate is a plastic-like material that does not decompose easily.
A single cigarette filter contains thousands of those tiny microplastic particles.
Hundreds of volunteers have taken part in the association's campaign since May 29 and have collected about 500 kilograms of trash.