Surfrider Europe launches the “Reset Your Habits” campaign
Surfrider Foundation Europe picks up at least 20,000 plastic bottles during its beach cleanups and its other Ocean Initiatives every […]
The world has lulled itself to sleep in terms of the SDGs framework. The well-known Sustainable Development Goals seem unattainable. This is primarily because ‘fossil’ has been given free rein.
Experts have come together from across Europe to explore how the EU can ensure upcoming microplastics restriction can protect both the environment and humans.
ING Bank claims that it is concerned about the problem of the plastic soup, yet it is putting hundreds of millions into new plastic production in Antwerp. It is stepping all over its own sustainability policy.
Pieces of PUR – insulation foam – in the environment remains a hidden and little known form of hazardous litter
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