Although it feels like a lifetime ago now, I'm still looking back at our holiday to Barbados and the unforgettable experiences we had there. But there was one thing that cast a dark cloud over the trip... beach plastic.
At this moment in time, I feel like we'd be hard pressed to find someone in society who wasn't aware of the plastic problem, or climate change. And as adults, it's easy for us to find out how to cut down our consumption and make small changes in our lives. But how do children feel about it all?
Last night, another television documentary opened our eyes to the sheer scale of the plastic pollution facing our planet. And it was tough viewing...
You may have seen the hashtag trending, or the photos on social media, but what is World Environment Day? And why is it important?
'There's strength in numbers' as the old saying goes... But never has this been more true than in our globally connected modern world.
Everywhere we look at the moment, there are initiatives encouraging us to change the way we think about, and the way we use, plastic and other wasteful resources. But can our little changes make a difference?
Sadly, this week's Wildlife Wednesday was inspired by yet another piece of scary news on plastic pollution. The BBC reported this week on the reality of the threat to the ocean's giants by marine plastic. Filter feeders, like the whale shark, are at serious risk...
The 25 year environmental plan was announced by UK Governments yesterday. But is it enough to save our world as we know it?
Plastic pollution has always been a concern among environmental groups, but it seems to have become a hot topic recently - and rightly so. The situation is BAD.
This weekend we went to the world’s biggest free beach and watersports festival – and it was amazing. Set on Hove Lawns in East Sussex, Paddle Round the Pier is an annual festival run entirely by volunteers. It gave us not just an amazing day out, but a chance to speak to a number of brands and charities we love...