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Plastic pollution is threatening marine life © Brent Stirton/Getty Images/WWF-UK Coastal Kenya Programme

Bringing the plastic pollution war closer to home in Kenya

Global nations have come to realise that plastic pollution is choking our oceans, causing irreversible damage to marine biodiversity and ecosystem health. We’re bringing the plastic pollution war closer to home in Kenya. It’s time for everyone to connect the dots and start bending the curve – reversing the decline in wildlife. This cannot wait […]

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Sian Sykes on her plastic free circumnavigation of Wales expedition © Chris Davies, Eastwood Media Wales

3 ffordd mae Cymru yn taclo llygredd plastig

Mae pawb yn siarad am blastig y dyddiau hyn. Er bod ni mor lwcus bod arfordir anhygoel ar ein stepen drws, nid yw Cymru’n gallu dianc y gwastraff sy’n llifo mewn â’r llanw. Gwellt yfed, poteli, cwpanau coffi, weips, brwshys dannedd…mae plastig untro yn symbol amlwg o’n cymdeithas ‘taflu-i-ffwrdd’ a’r niwed mae’n gwneud i’n byd. […]

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Turtle eating plastic bag ©Paulo Oliveira / Alamy Stock Photo

Marine turtles and plastics

Plastic is one of the most ubiquitous manmade compounds on earth. Since large-scale production of the synthetic materials began in the early 1950s to 2015, humans have created more than 8.3 billion metric tons of plastics. Alarmingly, more than half of that plastic was produced in the last 13 years. Unless something drastic is done, […]

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Upcoming trends for business and environment in 2018

2017 gave us plenty to talk about in the world of sustainable business. We expect 2018 to be no different, as increasing numbers of people, companies and governments wake up to the need for a green economy. Here are our predictions for the most important trends for business and the environment this year. Renewable energy […]

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