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  • Last chance to reverse the UK’s shameful international aid cuts | LettersLast chance to reverse the UK’s shameful international aid cuts | Letters
    Desmond Whyms on the opportunity this weekend’s G7 meeting presents for global leaders to put pressure on the British government. Plus, Henrietta L Moore on what leaders must do to genuinely ‘Build Back Better’World leaders are meeting this weekend a few miles from my home in Penzance, Cornwall, in what… Read more »
  • Pikachus, politicians and pollution art: how activists are protesting at the G7 summit – videoPikachus, politicians and pollution art: how activists are protesting at the G7 summit – video
    As world leaders flocked to the G7 summit at Carbis Bay in Cornwall to discuss the Covid pandemic recovery and the climate emergency, activists have also taken the chance to demonstrate to the leaders of seven of the wealthiest global democracies.From a swarm of 300 drones creating 3D images of endangered… Read more »
  • G7 leaders face make-or-break moment in climate crisisG7 leaders face make-or-break moment in climate crisis
    Analysis: message in Cornwall is clear – leaders must act now or go down in history as the ones who threw away last-ditch chance Global leaders arriving in Cornwall for the G7 summit have already found themselves in a changed world: masks and social distancing have replaced the usual hugs,… Read more »
  • IT’S THE HUG A CLIMATE SCIENTIST DAY TEN YEAR HAPPY TENNIVERSARY! | First Dog on the MoonIT’S THE HUG A CLIMATE SCIENTIST DAY TEN YEAR HAPPY TENNIVERSARY! | First Dog on the Moon
    HOW FAR WE HAVE COME! (not that far actually)Sign up here to get an email whenever First Dog cartoons are publishedGet all your needs met at the First Dog shop if what you need is First Dog merchandise and prints Continue reading... Read more »
  • Half of clothes sold by online fashion brands ‘made from virgin plastic’Half of clothes sold by online fashion brands ‘made from virgin plastic’
    Fast-fashion boom fuelling rise in use of synthetic fibres made from fossil fuels, study showsApproximately half of the clothes sold by large online fashion brands such as Boohoo and Asos are made entirely from virgin plastic materials such as polyester, despite a push to reduce the huge environmental impact of… Read more »
  • António Guterres on the climate crisis: ‘We are coming to a point of no return’António Guterres on the climate crisis: ‘We are coming to a point of no return’
    UN secretary general says he’s concerned that the richest nations have pumped billions more into fossil fuels than clean energy since the pandemicWealthy countries risk an “unforgivable lost opportunity” by not emerging from the Covid-19 pandemic with newly green economies to address the climate crisis, the United Nations secretary general… Read more »
  • G7 leaders depicted in Mount Recyclemore e-waste sculptureG7 leaders depicted in Mount Recyclemore e-waste sculpture
    Cornwall art installation created from 20,000 pieces of discarded tech highlights growing threat it poses to environmentThe seven giant faces loom above the dunes, gazing sombrely over swathes of bright sea thrift towards the ocean.Even before the G7 had sat down to begin their Cornish summit, Mount Recyclemore, a sculpture… Read more »
  • Prince Charles urges businesses to help lead way on climatePrince Charles urges businesses to help lead way on climate
    Prince says private-sector innovation and finance is vital, otherwise ‘we just don’t stand a chance’Prince Charles has said businesses must lead the way alongside governments in tackling the climate emergency.Before the start of the G7 summit in Cornwall on Friday, he told a gathering of political and business leaders that… Read more »
  • Climate and nature crises: solve both or solve neither, say expertsClimate and nature crises: solve both or solve neither, say experts
    Restoring nature boosts biodiversity and ecosystems that can rapidly and cheaply absorb carbon emissionsHumanity must solve the climate and nature crises together or solve neither, according to a report from 50 of the world’s leading scientists.Global heating and the destruction of wildlife is wreaking increasing damage on the natural world,… Read more »
  • Polish government faces court action over failure to tackle climate crisisPolish government faces court action over failure to tackle climate crisis
    Five citizens accuse government of failing to protect them from impacts of global heatingFive Polish citizens are taking their government to court over its failure to protect them from the impacts of the climate crisis.They say the state has breached their rights to life, health and family life by delaying… Read more »
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  • Investing in wet processing is a sustainable future for C&D recyclingInvesting in wet processing is a sustainable future for C&D recycling
    Harford Minerals, which operates a reclamation facility in Maryland, USA, has reinforced its commitment to sustainability and a full life cycle approach to materials usage with a multi-million-dollar investment in a new  state-of-the-art wet processing plant from CDE Global, for construction, demolition and excavation (CD&E) waste, representing the largest single investment… Read more »
  • Return-It is adapting its social purpose to pivot to a post-pandemic era where nothing is wasteReturn-It is adapting its social purpose to pivot to a post-pandemic era where nothing  is waste
    For the past 26 years, B.C.-based stewardship corporation Return-It, part of Encorp Pacific (Canada), has been a leader in recycling and community education. As of April, Return-It is broadening its commitment to sustainability after announcing its official social purpose aimed at creating a better future for people, communities and the… Read more »
  • New Way Trucks marks 50th anniversary with opening of new facilityNew Way Trucks marks 50th anniversary with opening of new facility
    Scranton Manufacturing and its New Way Trucks brand marked the beginning of its 50th anniversary of manufacturing operations with the opening of a new Customer Support Centre at the campus of its main headquarters in Scranton, Iowa.  Read more »
  • Strong PET demand will eventually find its supplyStrong PET demand will eventually find its supply
    PET (polyethylene terephthalate) is designated #1 in the plastics recycling code. It is the most common plastic used for bottles, jars, food containers and packaging. PET is a clear, strong, and lightweight material used for bottled water, carbonated soda, teas, sports drinks and other beverages. PET is also the most… Read more »
  • Catalytic converter recycling: key questions answered by PMR chemist Martin ParadisCatalytic converter recycling: key questions answered by PMR chemist Martin Paradis
    The recycled catalytic converter industry has been constantly evolving over the last 25 years. Traditionally, converter buyers would have three grades in mind: small, medium and large. At Montreal-based PMR Inc., a dedicated catalytic converter recycling specialist and a leading converter information provider and toll refining purchaser in North America,… Read more »
  • Should all plastic goods be labelled as toxic?Should all plastic goods be labelled as toxic?
    In October of 2020, the Canadian government first announced its intentions to label all plastic goods as toxic as part of its plan to move to zero plastic waste by 2030. In early May, the government published an order-in-council in the Canada Gazette Part II, to add "plastic manufactured items"… Read more »
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