Cigarette butts are usually aren’t disposed of properly (why do smokers think it’s OK to litter?) and this is a problem for many cities. Earlier this year we looked at the Pick Up Your Butts campaign and now a new strategy of dealing with butts has taken hold.
A restaurant in Toronto has put up . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Another Way to Deal with Butts
In Canada, like elsewhere with snow, when the spring thaw comes it reveals plants and it also reveals something gross: discarded cigarette butts. Everyone already knows that smoking kills, but some people may not know the damage done by butts.
Butt Blitz has set out to do two things: raise awareness of the harm . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Pick Up Your Butts
It is common knowledge that smoking kills people and, in democracies, providing health care for citizens is important and unquestioned. In Australia, they clearly care about each other as they now make it harder than ever for cigarette companies to shill their destructive product.
Starting in December, packs will instead come in a uniformly . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Australia Gets World’s Toughest Law on Cigarette Branding