From up in the mountains to down on the seabed, plastic waste is everywhere. If we’re to end plastic pollution, the biggest contributors need to take responsibility and minimise the waste they’re creating. Find out why single-use plastic is such a problem and how to hold polluters to account.
How can we be sure that the food we buy and the clothes we wear aren't doing more harm than good? Sustainability Analyst Clare Oxborrow explores how supply chains can negatively impact people and planet and why the UK needs a new law to hold companies to account for damage they cause.
Over recent years the scale of plastic pollution and its chokehold on nature has floated to the top of people’s environmental priorities but remains low on the government’s agenda. Instead of putting the onus on individuals to buy plastic-free products, what if we lived in a world free from unnecessary plastic? And what would it take to get there?
Despite strong opposition from across civil society, and weeks of back-and-forth in parliament, most of the government’s anti-protest measures have made it into the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act. Find out what this means for the future of protest.