Comments on: Coke’s new look: polar-bear white Global environmental challenges Wed, 16 Nov 2016 08:14:55 +0000 hourly 1 By: Sillyboy Sat, 24 Dec 2011 18:03:04 +0000 Fools, their money and FREEDOM will soon be parted.

There is no reason to put the polar bear on any list but Dangerous – When you get too close. A study, ongoing since 1964, shows that there has been at least a 20% increase in the polar bear population in Alaska to date. Polar bears don’t need any help. Coke and the WWF are a scam to relieve people of there money, just like Global Warming is. Oh…BTW, polar bears can swim over 100 miles at a time. Look up the facts people!

How in the heck is a carbon credit going to solve the so called “Global Warming Problem?” IT’S NOT! The CO2 will still be here and people like Al Gore are going to become filthy rich from it, while you and me become dirt poor. Isn’t that wonderful?

How did the “Ice Age” end, over 10,000 years ago? The Ice melted!
Blame God. It certainly didn’t melt from SUV’s, Industry, People, Bar-B-Q’s, Farming, Excess CO2(plant food), etc.

Wake Up! The EPA is nothing more that a “USA put to a slow death” organization. AMEN.

By: yamaha660 Thu, 01 Dec 2011 15:18:09 +0000 So there gona take the white can off the selfs,People what is the problem?You have nothin else to complain about but the color of a can?Save the Polar Bears…where is PETA in all this? Lets not worry bout or brothers and sister in harms way…there job rite? Americans i mean real Americans have more to worry bout than a white can!

By: rchar Tue, 22 Nov 2011 05:43:51 +0000 There are more polar bears in the world than there were ten years ago. All a person has to do is research it. The climate has changed for generations. To blame the industrial age is crazy. There are more carbon emissions in an volcano eruption than has been emitted in the industrial age.
We drank only Coke. But Pepsi has a new loyal customer because Coke has taken a political position that pours money into a farce.

By: forteinjeff Sat, 29 Oct 2011 15:56:42 +0000 I don’t drink Coke but I LOVE IT!!!!!

By: AlexanderL Wed, 26 Oct 2011 22:28:25 +0000 If I could compare and extend the above comment:

The more people there are, the more the ice melts. We can do all we want, donate all the money we want, but all is hopeless.

While I might not buy coke products, and no-one is forcing you to, I am willing to applaud the effort to conserve an area for polar bears. It’s far worse to do nothing.

By: Nullcorp Wed, 26 Oct 2011 20:50:25 +0000 The more Coke they sell, the more the ice melts. That’s all there is to it. Seriously, that’s all there is to it – there is no nuance involved.

Their business success has a direct correlation to the amount of emissions – manufacturing, shipping, marketing, consuming – created by their business.

They can donate as much money as they want to nonprofits but nonprofits cannot stop the emissions. The only thing that will stop emissions is to stop manufacturing, stop shipping, stop marketing, stop consuming. Or to discover some miracle energy source that does not generate emissions.

By: ross1949 Tue, 25 Oct 2011 21:47:29 +0000 Kudos to Coca-Cola for recognizing that the world of business should be in the business of helping to save the world.