Tighter laws to stop ‘bin criminals’

Waste crime cost England £924m three years ago and the government is stepping up action

Net Hero Podcast – Hair today, recycle tomorrow?

What happens to your hair once it leaves your head and what about the chemicals?

Renewable materials and energy – the answer to net zero plastics?

A new report suggests zero-emission plastics are a possibility and the only thing halting progress ‘is the will’

Spurs partners with Heineken to cut plastic waste

They have launched a new campaign to remove single-use plastics from football

Chemical waste: the dark side of hairdressers?

If businesses dispose of chemicals in their sinks they would incur heavy fines – but are hairdressers an exception to the rule?

United flies 100 passengers with SAF in ‘first for industry’

The airline flew the passengers from Chicago to Washington using 100% SAF in one of the engines

Clean African plates of food using LPG?

Researchers believe use of the fuel in sub-Saharan cooking could dramatically reduce individual emissions

Wet wipes clog up the River Thames

A new report has found that wet wipe pollution in the river has grown to the size of two tennis courts in the last six years

Children worldwide call on UN to recognise their ‘right to clean air’

There are predictions that by 2050, air pollution could be the leading cause of child mortality

‘More fossil fuel delegates at COP26 than any country’

A new study claims that people linked with the oil and gas industry outnumber everyone else at the conference