these 100 corporations probably produce 71% of the things that we buy every day, so I don't really see the point.
and these are fossil fuel companies.
But your point is valid, in the sense that the consequence is "don't buy their products"
Which broadly means: don't drive, don't fly, don't buy plastics or synthetics; make sure your electricity and home heating is not from fossil fuels.
@LovesTha @wim_v12e @maltimore @syndikalista Less than we'd like though. Plastics mfgs in the States used recycling to sell more plastics (https://www.npr.org/2020/09/11/897692090/how-big-oil-misled-the-public-into-believing-plastic-would-be-recycled) and veganism is already co-opted as a lifestyle brand here in the West (see eg Whole Foods, Lush Cosmetics, etc). Buying fewer things is still the best way to buy fewer things.
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