Sustainability

14th February 2018
£6m Fund To Boost Green Spaces & Reduce Plastic Waste In London

£6m Fund To Boost Green Spaces & Reduce Plastic Waste In London

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced a further £6m injection of funding for protecting the environment and improving green space in the capital – it will deliver the further roll-out of new public water fountains, on top of the initial 20 the … Continue reading

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13th February 2018
Hubbub & Mothercare Launch Baby Clothing Re-Use Campaign

Hubbub & Mothercare Launch Baby Clothing Re-Use Campaign

Hubbub and Mothercare aim to redistribute 65,000 pieces of baby clothing to 6,500 UK families through the nationwide expansion of Gift a Bundle. The campaign will encourage households to create beautiful gift bundles of out-grown baby clothing, take them to one of … Continue reading

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12th February 2018
Cross-Sector Actions To Reduce Environmental Damage Caused By Plastic

Cross-Sector Actions To Reduce Environmental Damage Caused By Plastic

Four cross-sector actions have been set out by WRAP and INCPEN to help reduce the environmental damage caused by the way we use and dispose of plastic. In December 2017, Secretary of State for the Environment Michael Gove asked WRAP … Continue reading

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9th February 2018
Eurostar Targets 50% Plastic Reduction By 2020

Eurostar Targets 50% Plastic Reduction By 2020

Eurostar, the high-speed rail service linking the UK with mainland Europe, has unveiled a target to reduce the amount of plastic consumption by 50% by 2020. The target was announced as part of an ambitious 10 point plan in support … Continue reading

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7th February 2018
Asda Announces Raft Of Plastics Reducing Measures

Asda Announces Raft Of Plastics Reducing Measures

Asda has become the first of the “big four” supermarkets to set out detailed plans about how it will reduce its use of plastic. The supermarket, which accounts for 15.3% of the supermarket industry in the UK says it wants … Continue reading

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6th February 2018
Pupils Asked How We Protect Environment From Plastic Waste

Pupils Asked How We Protect Environment From Plastic Waste

The ideas of Britain’s schoolchildren are being sought as part of a project looking at ways to end our reliance on single-use plastics in order to protect the environment from the damage they cause. Environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy and … Continue reading

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6th February 2018
Plastics Tax Should Be Used To Increase Recycling – FPA

Plastics Tax Should Be Used To Increase Recycling – FPA

The Foodservice Packaging Association (FPA) has called for all taxes set in place to tackle the environmental impact of plastic and packaging should be directed into increasing recycling and reducing litter. Executive director of the FPA, Martin Kersh said the … Continue reading

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1st February 2018
EAC Launches Inquiry Into Government’s 25-Year Environment Plan

EAC Launches Inquiry Into Government’s 25-Year Environment Plan

The Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) has launched a short inquiry into the Government’s 25-Year Plan for the Environment. The Government published its long-awaited 25-Year Environment Plan, in January, which, among its measures, vows to eliminate “avoidable plastic waste” by 2042. … Continue reading

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