Cachet Hotels & Resorts Joins Forces to Ensure “The Future Doesn’t Suck” in China 

WechatIMG9-2Cachet Hotels & Resorts is proud to join the global movement against single-use plastic and work to permanently remove one billion single-use plastic straws by the year 2020! This past weekend, Cachet Hotels & Resorts joined forces with Bacardi Limited, the largest privately held spirits company in the world, and Lonely Whale, the award-winning non-profit, to extend #TheFutureDoesntSuck campaign to Shanghai, China.

The event took place at URBN Boutique, our award-winning, environmentally- conscious property known for its use of reclaimed construction materials and eco-chic design. Complementing the launch were two expert panels speaking on the impact of plastic pollution and the opportunity for China to lead the way in addressing marine debris at scale, starting but not stopping with the single-use plastic straw.

#TheFutureDoesntSuck was launched in July with a goal of permanently removing one billion single-use plastic straws by the year 2020. Launched in London, the campaign has already garnered international media attention and participation from top chefs including our own award-winning, Shanghai-based celebrity chef and co-founder of Cachet Hotels & Resorts, David Laris.

Plastic waste has become the most pervasive sources of marine litter in the ocean. Once released into the ocean, plastic debris absorbs other toxic chemicals from the ocean and breaks down into microplastics, which are often mistaken for food by marine life. Collectively, plastic pollution results in more than in the loss of more than 100,000 marine animals each year through consumption and entanglement.

Cachet Hotels & Resorts is proud to support Lonely Whale and collaborate with Bacardi to introduce #TheFutureDoesntSuck to Shanghai. This campaign offers a fantastic way to bring attention to the plastic pollution issue to a larger audience. Through collaborations like this one, we can make impactful change to ensure #TheFutureDoesntSuck.

To join this global campaign, visit https://www.thefuturedoesntsuck.org/

 

 

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