The global favourite, the plastic bottle. Its annual production grows to the tune of 485 billion and shows no sign of slowing down. But there is a cost to pay, unless we change.
The sea is a provider – a lifeline for our survival. It allows us to regain a balance and improve our physical and mental health.
As much as we would like a plastic free planet, it’s not going to happen overnight. Can this vast volume of waste material be used as a solution for good?
The COVID-19 global pandemic means face coverings are here to stay for the foreseeable future, but does wearing one have to be at the expense of our planet?
The richness of biodiversity is essential for human life. Protecting it is therefore a critical part of conservation efforts – see why.
Will tackling the plastics problem also tackle climate change?
How do microplastics enter the food chain and what is their effect on us?
Recycling symbols can be confusing!
We decided to tackle the issue head on by delving inside our own kitchen cupboards, recording the symbols we came across and exploring what they actually mean when it comes to recycling.
As the world is gripped by the coronavirus pandemic, cutting down on single use plastic might seem like a drop in the ocean. There’s a delicate balancing act to strike between doing whatever it takes to protect people against coronavirus, without losing sight of what’s important for our long-term futures.
We explore the latest solutions coming to light that show ingenuity, creativity, and a real commitment to solving the plastic problem.