Grocery retail giant Iceland today (16 September) announced its full and accurate plastic packaging footprint for 2019 as 31,000 tonnes, highlighting concerns about how inaccurate reporting from the UK retail sector is holding back meaningful action on plastic pollution.
Humans produce a staggering 275 million tonnes of plastic waste a year and very little of it is recycled – mostly, it ends up in the environment, polluting land and sea while having a terrible impact on our natural world. Could the solution be a new global treaty to join forces and fight it together? […]
The plastic packaging produced by supermarkets in the UK has risen to more than 900,000 tonnes a year despite public commitments to cut down