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23 June to 1 July 2018 -LONDON RIVERS WEEK

Alongside a series of guided walks, there is the opportunity to join film screenings, eel monitoring, clean ups, river restoration, a dragonfly walk, kayaking, invasive species removal, fish surveys and much more.

London Rivers Week was launched in June 2016 by the London Rivers Restoration Group on behalf of the Catchment Partnerships in London (CPiL) to highlight river restorations. The campaign aims to inspire the public to celebrate all of London’s rivers and the many projects taking place to rewild and renaturalise them and to connect them with their local communities.

To find an event near you, click here: www.thames21.org.uk/joinacampaign/londonriversweek

 

Morrisons customers can bring their own containers  ...

when buying meat or fish

16 May 18

Supermarket chain Morrisons has announced it will allow customers to use their own containers

for meat and fish from the Morrisons’ Market Street Butcher and Fishmonger counters as from this month.

The new policy is part of a number of measures the Bradford-based supermarket

is taking

to reduce plastic pollution,

in addition to committing to make all its own-brand plastic packaging reusable,

 recyclable or compostable by no later than 2025.

For further information, click here.

 

Plastic-free trust mark

'A Plastic Planet' rolls out first-ever 'plastic free' Trust Mark

16 May 18

Environmental campaign group A Plastic Planet has launched the world's first 'plastic free' Trust Mark,

 to let shoppers know which food and drink products have been packaged without plastic.

Early adopters of the Trust Mark include

 UK supermarket giant Iceland, Dutch retailer Ekoplaza and tea brand Teapigs.

For further information, click here.