Sustainable plant-based red nose’s for Comic Relief

Sustainable plant-based red nose’s for Comic Relief: Unnecessary plastic waste is being avoided by Comic Relief with the launch of its first-ever plastic-free nose. Bagasse, a natural by-product of sugarcane will be used by the charity’s plant-based red noses for 2021, bagasse is regarded as a highly sustainable and biodegradable material. Hundreds of school children…
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94,000 microplastic particles per second in Thames

94,000 microplastic particles per second in Thames; 94,000 microplastic particles flow through the water every second in some parts of the River Thames. Katharine Rowley, postgraduate student at Royal Holloway has found, who with assistance from the Zoological Society of London and the Natural History Museum found microplastics in high levels are impacting the river,…
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PlayStation 5 set to be most eco-friendly console yet 

PlayStation 5 set to be most eco-friendly console yet  Sony’s PS5 will be the most sustainable console released in 2020, cutting Xbox Series X emissions by more than two thirds (68.6%), new research shows.  Console Carbon Footprint reveals the environmental impact of producing physical game discs compared to digital downloads across various platforms. Producing physical…
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