Displaying 10 out of 35 results

  1. FILE PHOTO: A Hapag-Lloyd container is pictured at a loading terminal in the port of Hamburg

    Hapag-Lloyd to halt waste shipments to China

    German container shipping line Hapag-Lloyd said it had notified customers it will stop accepting cargoes of solid waste, including scrap metal, ...
  2. The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in London

    Commentary: Rubbish is piling up as recycling, waste systems struggle to keep up during COVID-19 outbreak

    Lockdown has exposed real problems with the circular economy which urgently need to be addressed, say observers.
  3. An Environmentalist, Doyinsola Ogunye stands in front of a heap of footwear picked from the shore a

    Nigerian artist turns plastic waste into fashion to raise awareness

    The sight of discarded plastic bottles and bags floating in the open drains of Nigeria's megacity Lagos moved visual artist Adeyemi Emmanuel to ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: FILE PHOTO: Coupe, CEO of Sainsbury's, poses for a portrait at the company headqua

    Sainsbury's targets 2040 for net zero emissions, criticises UK goal

    Sainsbury's committed itself on Tuesday to have net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040, a decade ahead of the British government's own target ...
  5. Plastic cutlery

    Commentary: Companies are cutting costs but dressing up moves as climate action

    Policies that cut down waste may be motivated by corporate-friendly intentions, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
  6. Corporate gifts and greeting cards are pointless.

    Commentary: All these corporate greeting cards and presents are not gifts. They're spam

    Market forces may be driving the private sector into the arms of climate action. But our animal spirits are stuck in the first industrial revolution.