Greenpeace activists protest Black Friday in Madrid with giant piles of trash


OVIEDO, Spain 

Greenpeace activists set up four huge piles of garbage in Madrid’s central shopping distinct on Friday to protest the throwaway consumerism encouraged by Black Friday.

The four massive piles of trash represent the typical waste produced by the shopping holiday — textiles, electronics, packaging and plastic.

According to Greenpeace, around 990,000 tons of clothing end up in landfills each year.

The organization said that in 2019, humanity…



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