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The clothing is too dirty or damaged to be reused and immediately becomes plastic waste.
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When plastic enters the ocean, sunlight degrades it into “bite sized chunks”. Then bacteria eat some of it, researchers believe.
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Some 10,000 cubic metres of plastic bottles, rusty barrels, used tires, household appliances and driftwood are choking Bosnia's Drina River.
Tourists in Mexico could now face fines for smoking in public
The country has just introduced some of the world’s strictest anti-tobacco laws with smoking banned in all indoor and outdoor public spaces.
MEPs back plans to limit export of EU waste outside bloc
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How to recycle your Christmas tree this January
Cut Christmas trees don’t have to be binned at the end of the 12th night - see how others across Europe are putting them to good use.
Hotel miniature toiletries could be banned under new EU law
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Forget plastic, seaweed could provide all the packaging we need
Notpla’s founders say they were inspired by nature’s elegant shapes and interesting materials.
Cleaning rivers in Hungary using an automated solar-powered boat
Robo-Collect has been designed to collect waste from rivers in Hungary. It’s the country’s first automated solar-powered cleaning vessel and will begin work next year
This is what the biggest brands need to do to reduce plastic waste
A new report from WWF tracks plastic use from companies like McDonald’s, Coca-Cola and Starbucks.
Which country has the most sustainable shoppers in Europe?
From recycling to buying second hand, European shoppers are increasingly eco-friendly. But how sustainable are your country’s shopping habits?
Reuse and recycle: EU proposes revised rules to limit packaging waste
"By 2040 most coffees-to-go will come in a reusable cup, or a cup we bring ourselves," said European Commission executive VP Frans Timmermans.
This reusable McDonald’s packaging could be the future in Europe
The fast food giant is reportedly testing new options to comply with new legislation around packaging.
Vapes are a 'new threat' to the planet, experts warn
Research by Material Focus found that around 1.3 million single-use e-cigarettes are thrown away in the UK every week.
Chile's unique Atacama desert threatened by piles of rubbish
Chile's massive Atacama desert is a unique and fragile ecosystem that experts say is being threatened by piles of trash dumped there from around the world. Mountains of discarded clothing, shoes, scrapped tyres and cars are piling up in at least three regions of the desert.
Fashion from trash... Welcome to Nigeria's 'Trashion' Show
A Nigerian NGO is hoping to make a difference in people's lives by showing off its delightful designs and outfits fashioned from everyday rubbish.
Meet the team using bubbles to keep Amsterdam's rivers clean
“Rivers and waterways are like the highways of the plastic pollution.The majority of the plastic in the ocean has traveled through rivers and that's why we want to stop it right there.”
Which EU countries are the worst when it comes to e-waste?
From laptops to smartphones, Europeans generate the most electronic waste per capita. How good are they at recycling it?
Meet the man using e-waste to build solar lamps in Nigeria
In Nigeria, a local company called QuadLoop is turning electronic waste into solar lanterns as a way to fight the energy crisis and climate change.
Take a look inside the Dutch repair cafe with an 80% success rate
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