Over 50 major manufacturers and retailers have signed up to a world’s-first pact to completely eliminate plastic packaging from its supply chain.
An independent coffee chain has taken the bold step and banned all disposable coffee cups from its cafes.
Climate Action spoke with Melati Wijsen, one of the sisters who founded a movement to ban plastic bags in Bali.
The EU has taken a significant step towards fundamentally changing the way its economy works, shifting towards principles which make an asset out of waste.
Michael Bloomberg will meet a $4.5 million shortfall in funding to the UN caused by the decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement.
The UK Government is planning to ban plastic straws, stirrers and plastic-tipped cotton buds in a further acceleration of its war on the waste material.
Popular UK chain, Costa Coffee, has announced it will recycle the equivalent of its entire yearly sales of coffee cups by 2020.
Scientists have found nature is the most cost-effective way of reducing the impacts of extreme weather events.
The UK’s Prime Minister, Theresa May, is using a meeting of Commonwealth nations this week to accelerate action against plastic pollution.
New Zealand’s Coalition Government will no longer be offering new licenses to allow offshore oil and gas drilling within its territorial waters.
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