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Digital: May hugot ka ba? Express it for the environment with WWF-PH’s limited-edition #AyokoNgPlastik Viber sticker pack

MANILA, PHILIPPINES – Feeling sad and blue with what’s going on with your life and the environment? Looking for a way to express your feelings for your loved ones and the planet? The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Philippines’ limited-edition #AyokoNgPlastik Viber Sticker Pack might be just what you’re looking for!

Launched last September 14, 2020 in partnership with Rakuten Viber, the sticker pack is part of WWF-Philippines’ #AyokoNgPlastik movement –  a movement which aims to create awareness about the issue of plastic pollution and encourage people to create more mindful and responsible choices for the environment. Drawing inspiration from hugot culture, the sticker pack contains cute and witty graphics containing puns related to the environment that you can use to creatively express your feelings—be it for your special someone, friends, or for the planet.

The sticker pack, which features catchy phrases and cute characters encouraging people to be more mindful about their plastic consumption, is part of WWF-Philippines’ #AyokoNgPlastik movement.

Tired of dealing with plastics? Check out the No Plastiks Allowed sticker to firmly express your stance! Finding a way to send a nudge to your crush? Encourage this special person to make better choices for the planet by sending the Eco Lang, Sapat Na sticker. Attract positive vibes with the I Deserve Better sticker. No matter what you’re feeling, you are sure to find something that tickles your fancy! 


Users who download the sticker pack will also automatically become a member of the WWF-Philippines Viber Community where they can stay updated about the organization’s latest projects and events, as well as learn more on how they can help #ChangeTheEnding for the environment.

The WWF-Philippines’ #AyokoNgPlastik sticker pack is available for download until November 30. For more information about WWF-PH’s campaigns and events, log on to or follow WWF-Philippines in its official social media pages. 

About No Plastics in Nature 

The No Plastics in Nature is WWF’s global initiative to stop the flow of plastics entering nature by 2030 through elimination of unnecessary plastics, doubling reuse, recycling, and recovery, and ensuring remaining plastic is sourced responsibly. WWF-Philippines implements this systemic solution through four main strategies such as advocating for national support for the global legally binding agreement on plastic pollution and Extended Producer Responsibility, Plastic Smart Cities movement for cities and tourism destinations, Plastic Action (PACT) for businesses, and #AyokoNgPlastik for the general public.

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