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6 amazing plastic bans from around the world

Good news! Plastics ban across the world have been hitting the headlines lately. From the US to India and Morocco, governing bodies are taking control of the plastic pollution problem, bringing in either complete bans on plastic, or bans on specific forms like polystyrene. 
fiona.nicholls - 29 July, 2016 - 17:19 - Comments

Hinkley: The Nuclear Power Station That Will Haunt Britain For Decades

This blog post was originally published on Guardian Comment is Free. George Osborne’s reputation as a master political tactician may have gone the way of Leave’s £350m a week for the NHS, but the spectre of his misguided energy policy could haunt Britain for decades, and at Hinkley in north Somerset, for millennia. Theresa May’s government urgently need...
John Sauven - 27 July, 2016 - 10:48 - Comments

5 things you can do to show solidarity with environmental and human rights activists

People who campaign for the environment are being killed on a day to day basis, from Colombia to South Africa, Brazil to the Philippines. If being a campaigner in the South is so dangerous then we must ask ourselves: what can we do from the Global North to show solidarity with our fellow activists?
Martin Vainstein - 25 July, 2016 - 17:16 - Comments

From L’Oreal to Revlon, which brands are polluting the ocean with microbeads?

(PS - it’s all of them!)
Elisabeth Whitebread - 21 July, 2016 - 12:27 - Comments

Amazon activists are unstoppable, another world is possible

The Amazon not only encloses a vast amount of biodiversity and serves as a home for Indigenous People, it holds an infinite and unstoppable spirit. From Japan to Mexico, Brazil to Romania, during the last couple of months Greenpeace groups have taken into the street to state loud and clear to Siemens “Stop the Dam!” - “Save the Heart of the Amazon!”
Martin Vainstein - 20 July, 2016 - 17:31 - Comments

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