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UN’s new approach to environmental health

Uniting to address environmental health
WHO and UN’s Environment Programme team up to protect 'foundations for life' on Earth.
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A new plastics economy

A new plastics economy
Ellen MacArthur Foundation and WRAP unite to transform the UK plastics system and tackle plastic pollution.
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‘An opportunity has been missed’

Tarutao national park, Thailand
Government's plan for Nature ‘fails to deliver’, says Marine Conservation Society.
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Car-free travel made easy

Snowdon Mountain Railway train
How to visit the UK's best attractions on train, bike, bus or foot – and get up to 50% off when you arrive car-free.
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Climate change in Scotland

Dunnottar Castle, Scotland
Charities unite to expose how climate change is damaging Scotland.
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The 25 Year Environment Plan

The 25 Year Environment Plan
PM backs calls for a plastic-free aisle in supermarkets at the launch of the 25 Year Environment Plan.
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Will Greggs offer a vegan sausage roll?

Will Greggs offer a vegan sausage roll?
PETA petitions the UK’s biggest bakery chain to add a vegan sausage roll to its menu.
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Good news for the oceans

Good news for the oceans
A world-leading ban on microbeads in cosmetics and personal care products has come into effect.
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The Oxford Martin Principles

The Oxford Martin Principles
New principles from the University of Oxford guide corporate investment towards climate goals.
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The impact of weather on British wildlife

Purple emperor
Balmy 2017 threw Britain's wildlife clock haywire, according to the National Trust’s annual wildlife and weather review.
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Ethical jewellery designer?

Ethical jewellery designer?
New Fairtrade Jewellery Design category added to the Goldsmiths Craft & Design Council Awards.
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‘The latte levy’

‘The latte levy’
EAC calls for a 25p levy on disposable coffee cups, and for all coffee cups to be recycled – or banned – by 2023.
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