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Guests will be offered paper straws which can last up to three hours in a drink, then biodegrade in three to six months.
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More than 50 nations – from the Galapagos Islands to India and from Rwanda to China – are taking action to reduce plastic pollution.
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More than 200 scientists from several countries around the world have written an open letter calling for international action to end the use of neonicotinoid pesticides, known commonly as “neonics.”
There is hope for a “renaissance of nature,” according to a recent article in the Journal BioScience.
Country will also introduce a campaign against marine litter and a pledge to make 100 national monuments litter-free.
Council also commits to drafting general policy on reducing the use of plastic.
116 depots across the province now accept flexible plastic packaging such as chips bags, mesh bags, pouches.
There is a war of words between UK Environment Secretary Michael Gove and Frans Timmermans, First Vice President of the European Commission, over who can ban single-use plastics first.
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