Plastic rings can find their way into the habitats of many wild species where they can do damage and kill animals. The picture on this… Read More »Cut plastic rings to help protect wildlife
People are often unaware that they are breathing in microplastics and that these minute plastic particles are lodged in the deepest recesses of their lungs.… Read More »Do you realise that you have microplastics in your lungs?
The UN declared the mouth of the leatherback turtle the most terrifying thing in the world. I’m not sure about that. I can think of… Read More »Picture of the interior of the mouth of the leatherback turtle
If you have been watching COP26 you should have been impressed by Sir David Attenborough’s speech. The man is 95 years of age. He bounded… Read More »Who cares more about climate change? The young or the old?
Liz Bonnin is a French-Irish scientist and natural history presenter. She is a national treasure as far as I am concerned because she spells it… Read More »Brilliant Bonnin Bashes Britain’s Unsustainable Consumption
In the interests of wildlife conservation, and the protection of our planet including the oceans, Amazon must take urgent steps to reduce the use of… Read More »Amazon must curb its use of plastic packaging
A research project – which is designed to open the eyes of humankind to the realisation that we can’t go on destroying the planet –… Read More »Human created produce will soon outweigh the entire natural world
NEWS AND COMMENT: It’s extraordinary to report that an expat (and his friend) living in France campaigning about litter picked up more than 6,000 discarded… Read More »Discarded coronavirus facemasks are another pollution problem for wildlife
NEWS AND VIEWS (COMMENTS): It looks shocking. Farmers turning woollen fleeces into compost because they can’t get enough money for their wool because the British… Read More »Woollen fleeces used as compost because consumers prefer plastic