Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Greenpeace-China-Joins-Music-Festival-to-Promote-Plastic-Free-Living-in-Shanghai-27MDHU6MW5L.htmlConceptually similarFlashmob Asking Sprite to Reforest Cleared Land in Argentina - Web Video (CLEAN)GP0STR0HQCompleted★★★★Flashmob Asking Sprite to Reforest Cleared Land in Argentina - Web VideoGP0STR0HSCompleted★★★★Green Plus - Episode 2: Rain Graffiti in Shanghai (English Subtitles)GP0STPYJ8Completed★★★★Red Light Green Light ClipreelGP03XFCCompleted★★★★Red Light Green Light - English VersionGP03XFDCompleted★★★★Red Light Green Light - International VersionGP03XFECompleted★★★★Clean Up and Waste Audit in Ladoga Lake, Russia - B-rollGP1SUAEBCompleted★★★★Clean Up and Waste Audit in Ladoga Lake, Russia - B-rollGP1SUAECCompleted★★★★★Save the Forest Light Installation in Switzerland - Web VideoGP0STRBTACompleted★★★★★★View AllGP1SUIPAGreenpeace China Joins Music Festival to Promote Plastic-Free Living in ShanghaiGreenpeace China joins the two-day “Simple Life Music Festival” in Shanghai, China to promote the idea of plastic-free living. Greenpeace pushes the beverage booths to use less one-off plastic cups. Besides setting up an information booth to promote BYO (bring your own) lifestyle, Greenpeace manages to have the beverage booths to allow customers to use their own cups and flasks when buying beverages, in an effort to reduce single-use plastic containers.In original language: 绿色和平在中国上海的音乐节宣传无塑理念绿色和平参与了在上海外滩举办的为期两天的“简单生活节”，宣传无塑理念。除了在音乐节设置摊位宣传自带杯理念，绿色和平还鼓励饮品摊位一起推动不使用一次性塑料饮料杯的行动，并联合“垃圾艺术家”童昆鸟，制作了互动装置“奇异恩典之花”，唤起人们对一次性塑料包装的关注。Locations:Asia-China-ShanghaiDate:17 Oct, 2020Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:3m9sAudio format:Final MixProduction Type :WEB VIDEOKeywords:Art installations-Break Free from Plastics (campaign title)-Day-Festivals-KWCI (GPI)-LED light bulbs-Outdoors-Plastics-Public engagementShoot:Greenpeace China Joins Music Festival to Promote Plastic-Free Living in Shanghai, ChinaGreenpeace China joins the two-day “Simple Life Music Festival” in Shanghai, China to promote the idea of plastic-free living. Volunteers have set up an information booth to promote BYO (bring your own) lifestyle. Greenpeace also commissioned an art installation, Amazing Grace, created by artist Tong Kunniao, to expose the problem of single-use plastic bottles.