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Greenpeace defends the natural world and promotes peace by investigating, exposing and confronting environmental abuse, and championing solutions. Learn more and join us! Greenpeace produces spoof of Coke's Christmas advert showing the scale of the drinks giant's ocean plastic pollution The Coca Cola ‘Holidays are coming’ TV advert has become synonymous with Christmas in the UK.

But now Greenpeace have playfully reworked the famous ad, with a ‘more realistic’ version. Most of the major British retailers have now launched their 2017 Christmas adverts, including Tesco, Aldi, Argos and Lidl. The most-anticipated Christmas ad of them all, John Lewis's, also.

Celebrities and designers create a set of Christmas cards as part of Greenpeace's Save Santa's Home campaign Nov 18, 2017. In an attempt to take advantage of Coke's huge PR push at this time of year, Greenpeace has produced their own Coke Christmas ad, launched. Print advertisement created by Rethink, Canada for Greenpeace, within the category: Public Interest, NGO. As Coca-Cola launch their new 'Holidays are coming' Christmas TV advertisement, some of the brand's fans have been viewing a version that's a little more realistic.

As Coca-Cola launch their new 'Holidays are coming' Christmas TV advertisement, some of the brand's fans have been viewing a version that's a little more realistic.

Greenpeace protesters abseil into oil firm Total's AGM. Published: 1 Jun 2018. Greenpeace protesters abseil into oil firm Total's AGM. May 2018. Fast-track fracking plan by the government prompts. Greenpeace produces spoof of Coke's Christmas advert showing the scale of the drinks. Coca-Cola Christmas advert spoofed by Greenpeace. Greenpeace UK Press. Watch and share our new and improved Coca-Cola Christmas ad! At the top of Coca-Cola’s Christmas list is the warm glow of good PR.

From the nationwide tour of its iconic red truck to the hyped release of its famous Holidays are Coming advert, Coke’s marketing has gone into overdrive. Noticed anything strange about this new Coca-Cola Christmas advert? Watch and share our new and improved Coca-Cola Christmas ad! # HolidaysAreComing SOUND ON. The Coca Cola ‘Holidays are coming’ TV advert has become synonymous with Christmas in the UK. But now Greenpeace have playfully reworked the famous ad, with a ‘more realistic’ version.

Greenpeace’s latest film tackles ocean plastic pollution through spoofing a festive medium known to the entire Western world: the famed Coca-Cola Christmas ad, which each year spawns thousands. Nov 17, 2017. Today Coke is due to launch its famous Christmas advert on UK screens. First aired in 1995, it depicts the iconic twinkling red trucks carving. Nov 17, 2017. Greenpeace produce spoof Xmas Coke ad showing the scale of ocean plastic.

Friday 17 November 2017, London – As Coca-Cola launch their. Greenpeace have launched a glossy spoof of Coke's iconic Christmas advert in a bid to expose the companies plastic footprint. The Holiday's are Coming parody reveals that 110 billion single-use. Greenpeace’s latest film tackles ocean plastic pollution through spoofing a festive medium known to the entire Western world: the famed Coca-Cola Christmas ad, which each year spawns thousands.

A spoof Coca-Cola Christmas advert showing 'Santa' tipping empty cans and bottles into the ocean has been released by Greenpeace - but the fizzy drinks giant claims it has been unfairly targeted.

Watch and SHARE our new and improved Coca-Cola Christmas ad! TURN YOUR SOUND ON And sign the petition if you want Coke to take a lead on ending.

Christmas ad campaigns have become a key part of the holiday zeitgeist. For 2017's offering, The Drum spoke to the industry to talk about their favourite festive advertising campaigns. This year, Country Living UK has partnered with Greenpeace UK to create a Christmas advert with a very important message. Together, we want to encourage people to recycle properly this festive season and reduce their plastic footprint.

Ultimately, we want to help save our oceans and marine wildlife. This year, Country Living UK has partnered with Greenpeace UK to create a Christmas advert with a very important message. Together, we want to encourage people to recycle properly this festive. As Coca-Cola launch their famous ‘Holidays are coming’ Christmas TV ad, some fans have been stumbling across a slightly different version.

This year, Greenpeace, have created their own version of the classic ad to show a more realistic story. Capitalising on the PR guaranteed around Coke's ad. Greenpeace UK - Alternative Coca-Cola Christmas Advert As far as I’m concerned, Christmas ad season starts when the Coca Cola “Holidays are coming” soundtrack is heard in the wild. Watch the Greenpeace spoof Christmas Coke ad today.

A link to the video has been sent to Greenpeace supporters, but it has also been dotted around the. Asda's advert introduces us to the supermarket's Christmas Willy Wonka-style workshop – the Imaginarium – that a young girl and her grandfather have sneaked into. Greenpeace has released a" new and improved" Coca-Cola Christmas advert - slamming the global soft drinks firm for producing around 110 billion plastic bottles every year, many of which end up in.

Watch and share our new and improved Coca-Cola Christmas ad! # HolidaysAreComing SOUND ON Print advertisement created by Rethink, Canada for Greenpeace, within the category: Public Interest, NGO. A 'polar bear' took centre stage in a city square as part of a Greenpeace Christmas protest urging Coca-Cola to reduce its plastic footprint. Signs held at the event in Piccadilly Circus, London.

The Film titled Alternative Coca-Cola Christmas Advert was done by Weekend London advertising agency for Greenpeace in United Kingdom. It was released in Nov 2017. Jim Carter Stars In the New Greenpeace Campaign. this Christmas-themed Greenpeace advert stands out and is vastly different as it compels us to look at the ills.