If you live in Bristol and have an interest in the environment, chances are you’ve heard of Natalie Fee. She was recently awarded the title of ‘One of the most inspiring Bristolians alive today’ by the Bristol Evening Post and an honorary doctorate from the University of the West of England. That’s made even more significant when you realise that it normally takes at least 30 years of living in the city to be considered a local – having grown up in Southampton, she’s only been there for six... More
The anti-litter campaign #LoveYourForest and its Trashconverter van is returning to the Forest of Dean with a series of events to raise awareness of the problem of littering in the historic forest and surrounding area.
The announcement this morning (28 March) of plans to introduce a deposit return scheme for drinks containers in England has been hailed as a victory by plastics pollution campaigners, though many within the waste and resources industry have called for caution regarding implementation.
With a new study appearing to show that plastic carrier bag litter on the seabed has fallen as a result of the 5p charge, Chiarina Darrah, Senior Consultant at Eunomia, asks what lessons we can legitimately draw from the data.
Our annual power list of movers and shakers in the waste and resources industry attracted a record number of votes this year. Here, you’ll find the winners from 100 to one, each accompanied by a voter’s glowing review. Read on to discover who has played their cards right and proved to be our Top Trump for 2018
The packaging industry is celebrating after EU negotiations ruled that packaging would retain its Internal Market legal base, making it harder for national governments to introduce unilateral bans for environmental reasons.