Going green does not need to be a sacrifice, either for us as individuals or for businesses, governments and the economy.
World Environment Day is the United Nations’ most important day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the protection of our environment.
Shoppers at a handful of Tesco stores in the UK will no longer be able to buy 5p “single-use” plastic carrier bags, in the first such trial by a supermarket.
This dire prediction for the world in 2050 need not come true, argues a new report, if we take a few precautions.
Parley for the Oceans addresses major threats towards our oceans, the most important ecosystem of our planet. We believe the power for change lies in the hands of the consumer – given he has a choice – and the power to shape this new consumer mindset lies in the hands of the creative industries.
Their vision is for the world's waterways and coastlines to be strewn with sticks, sand and seaweed … not plastic! ♥
A lovely reflective piece from the Huffington Post about our own behaviour when it comes to plastic.
Multinational corporation Johnson & Johnson is to stop selling plastic cotton buds – one of the most common item of litter found on Britain’s beaches – in half the countries of the world after a campaign to cut marine pollution