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At least a fifth of plastic packaging could be replaced by reusable or refills– but the oil companies and big food and drink multinationals will do their best to persuade you otherwise, writes Jonathon Porritt.
A tiny fraction of plastic packaging returned to supermarkets is being recycled and there is a lack of transparency over where the rest of it ends up. An exclusive investigation for Wicked Leeks.
Love Island’s new tie-up with eBay marks a growing awareness among young people that the most sustainable clothing is the one you already own.
Many of us are still driven to buy new models despite a little-known law that mean manufacturers have to repair white goods and various routes to recycle.
Based on a Victorian tradition, Christmas crackers are now often full of throwaway single use plastic; try making your own, upcycling or buying a kit.
Issue 12: Fairness and five years.
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