The Greenpeace ship Beluga II has set sail on a scientific voyage around Scotland - sampling the sea for plastic pollution and documenting the threat on beautiful and biodiverse habitats and wildlife.
So far the team has seen basking sharks, seals, guillemots, puffins and thousands of gannets! But they’ve also seen a huge amount of plastic pollution - on beaches, in nests and even in the beaks of seabirds.
Plastic bottles are one of the main contributors to plastic pollution and wildlife harm in our oceans - and drinks giant Coca-Cola is the biggest producer of plastic bottles in the world, producing over 100 billion plastic bottles every year.
But Coke isn’t taking responsibility for the huge amount of single-use plastic it’s producing - and billions of it’s bottles are ending up as garbage, on our beaches and in landfill.
We want to show Coke the true extent of its plastic pollution - but we need...