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  • Hi i was just wondering wat r u doing for the environment i would like to hear more of you. you see we are Sunvalley High School students and we are working o a project called Project Citizen and we r working on a policy to help out the ocean and marin animals and we are hoping on interviewing people and explaining them what they could do to help.
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  • 1. Say no to bottled water
    Social Capital Project
    Lara Groshong
    Ashish Jain
  • 2. Background
  • 3.
  • 4. Triple Bottom Line
  • 5. People.
    Planet.
    Profit.
  • 6. People
  • 7. People
    Few regulations.
    No required expiry date – water on shelf for months.
    No testing on storage.
    Tap water at home gets tested multiple times a month.
    No health benefits.
  • 8. Biggest marketing campaign ever ran
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  • 10.
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  • 12.
  • 13.
  • 14. Fresh.
    Young.
    Sexy.
  • 15. Primary Research
  • 16.
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  • 24. Planet
  • 25. Over 2 million plastic beverage bottles are used every 5 minutes in the U.S.
    That’s 232 16 oz. bottles per person a year
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  • 35. As a result…
  • 36.
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  • 39. Profit
  • 40.
  • 41. 26,000,000,000 liters of bottled water consumption in US.
    1 billion dollars are spent by consumers per year in US
    $400 per consumer per year in US
  • 42. Most popular water bottles are sold in 20 ounce sizes.
    $1 at vending machine
    Water price - 5 cents a ounce.
    Gas price is ~ $3/gallon
    128 ounces in a gallon
    Gasoline price – 2 cents a ounce.
  • 43. Daniels College of Business
    2 bottles per student per class
    60 days
    120 bottles per student.
    0.50 cents a bottle
    $60 per student
    DU Aluminum bottles: $5
  • 44. How can you help?
  • 45. Thank you for signing the petition.
    Spread the word by presenting to other cohorts.
    Share this with “one” person.
  • 46. Execution is translating your strategy into reality.
  • 47. Dedication.
    Discipline.
    Hard Work.
    (and about an hour of time)
  • 48. As a final word
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  • 52. Thank You.