The government claims to be a world leader in tackling plastic pollution. Watch Greenpeace’s new film to discover the shocking truth behind their empty words.
Many of us spend time carefully sorting our recycling. But what actually happens to the plastic waste we put out for collection?
Supermarkets still aren't doing enough to reduce plastic - but who's making the most progress? And how has the pandemic changed things? Find out where your supermarket ranks in the latest plastics league table.
Ditch the disposables for a reusable mask, and discard disposables with care – because they are polluting waterways and trapping wildlife.
The best ways to cut back on plastic during and after pregnancy, and raise awesome environmental activist children in the process.
Supermarkets are under pressure to reduce plastic, but last year they produced more of it than ever. It doesn’t have to be that way though. Greenpeace has released a plan showing how supermarkets can half their plastic packaging by 2025. Here’s what they need to do.
Supermarkets could make big cuts to the amount of plastic waste they produce by zeroing in on just a few ‘problem products’ responsible for a big chunk of their plastic footprint, a groundbreaking new report has found
Facemasks are now compulsory in many public places around the UK, and pandemic-related plastic pollution is on the rise. Here are two ways to make your own washable, reusable mask using an upcycled shirt – one without any sewing!
The UK needs to put people back to work, AND tackle the climate and nature emergency. By creating green jobs, the government can do both.
While the world is rightly preoccupied with tackling coronavirus, our oceans and wildlife are *still* choking on plastic – and oil companies are pushing to produce more of the stuff than ever before. So what do we need to know about plastic in the age of Covid-19?