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Microwaves could be as bad for the environment as cars suggests new research

Microwaves could be as bad for the environment as cars suggests new research

Microwaves usage across the EU alone emits as much carbon dioxide as nearly seven million cars according to a new study by The …

French expedition aims to advance understanding of what lies beneath the Arctic ice

French expedition aims to advance understanding of what lies beneath the Arctic ice

The warming of the Arctic Ocean and the retreat of the ice cover at the North Pole is presenting new opportunities for exploration, to …

Charity renews appeal for plastic charge “after Theresa May fails to deliver concrete actions in 25 year plan”

Charity renews appeal for plastic charge “after Theresa May fails to deliver concrete actions in 25 year plan”

The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) says it's renewing its call for levies on single-use plastic items, because the Prime …

UK supermarket Iceland to eliminate own-brand plastic packaging by 2023

UK supermarket Iceland to eliminate own-brand plastic packaging by 2023

UK frozen food retailer Iceland has committed to the target of eliminating plastic packaging from all its own-brand products by 2023, …

How are men and women differently affected by chemicals from waste? Nigerian TV documentary presents study findings

How are men and women differently affected by chemicals from waste? Nigerian TV documentary presents study findings

On 15 January the Nigerian TV channel NTA broadcast a 30-minute documentary entitled “What has gender got to do with …

London’s air quality still within legal limits in mid-January for first time in 10 years

London’s air quality still within legal limits in mid-January for first time in 10 years

Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London, said on 15 January that for the first time since modern records began London was entering the third …

Research reveals UK’s worst cities for problem rubbish

Research reveals UK’s worst cities for problem rubbish

A new league table showing the impact of overflowing bins reveals that Londoners are hardest hit by the effects of problem waste …

SEPA raises concerns about waste handling at Trident submarine base

SEPA raises concerns about waste handling at Trident submarine base

SEPA has criticised the MOD’s handling of nuclear waste at a site near the Trident base in Faslane …

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