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Fuel from landfill plastic

Fuel from landfill plastic

Tonight: the government-backed project to create ‘greener’ fuel from plastic mined from landfill.
New Scientist Live tackles plastics

New Scientist Live tackles plastics

Lucy Siegle and Jo Ruxton join New Scientist Live panel debate about the war on plastic.
London's Plastic Free Aisle

London’s Plastic Free Aisle

A Plastic Free Aisle arrived in London for global summit, showcasing examples of plastic-free packaging.
Wast Water and Lake District Peaks

Is government neglecting Nature?

Half of England’s most important wildlife sites left unprotected due to ‘shameful neglect’ from government.
Cash for trash

Cash for trash

Through CPRE’s ‘Green Clean’, litter pickers can get money for bottles and cans collected from the countryside.
Lizzie Carr, photo Andy Hargraves

1 woman. 8 days. 275km.

British environmentalist set to paddle the length of New York’s Hudson River to tackle plastic pollution.
Organic September

Organic September

Tried organic yet? Switching just one item in your shopping basket would make a difference.
GO! Organic Festival

GO! Organic Festival 2018

Enjoy great beer, food, live music and family entertainment at the UK’s biggest organic festival.
Lewis Pugh completes the Long Swim

Lewis Pugh completes ‘The Long Swim’

UN Patron of the Oceans completes The Long Swim at Shakespeare Beach, Dover.
Dogs rescued from the meat trade in Nakhon Phanom, Thailand

Dog meat: the facts

MyGreenPod reader shares the ugly truth behind the dog meat trade.
Thames estuary

Coastal landfills

Researchers find new way to identify the coastal landfill sites that pose the greatest risk of pollution.
Hindu pilgrims take holy bath in the River Ganges, Varanasi

What are rivers worth?

Undervaluing ‘hidden’ benefits of rivers undermines economies and sustainable development, warns new report.


Charities warn of rubbish risks on Britain’s coast this Bank Holiday weekend – follow these tips to help minimise litter.
This is what 66k tonnes of illegally dumped waste looks like

Now you see it…

Drone footage reveals scale of one of the UK's biggest waste clean-ups.
Fracking_Police Picture from MyGreenPod Sustainable News

Fracking and earthquakes

Green MEP supports leading earthquake experts' call for an oil and gas drilling moratorium in South East.
Flower and small butterfly at the Pyramid Building, Tirane, Albania


Pop-up created by a team of Imagination graduates encourages Londoners to plant and save the bees.
Little Green Space Explorers

Little Green Space Explorers

Kids describe what their perfect new world would be if they could start afresh on a different planet.


Dame Emma Thompson leads celebs giving global brands a 500-day warning on palm oil.
Pristine oceans may be gone in 50 years

Pristine oceans may be gone in 50 years

Study reveals just 13% of the world’s oceans can be classified as ‘wilderness’.
Indigenous Peoples key to conservation

Indigenous Peoples key to conservation

Indigenous Peoples own or manage at least a quarter of the world's land surface.