Weekly E.C.O. news roundup

Your weekly roundup of the top eco stories from the last 7 days. This week cereal and snack giant, Kellogg’s, commits to removing palm oil by 2025, 25% of tweets supporting Trump’s climate denial were written by bots, coral bleaching in GBR are estimated to reach all time high, activists in the UK referred to anti-radicalisation programmes and finally, some good news! Blue whale abundance seems to be on the rise in South Georgia with 55 sightings.

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Weekly E.C.O. news roundup

Your weekly roundup of the top eco stories from the last 7 days. This week the Earth’s largest iceberg is headed for the open ocean, the EU are pressured to introduce a meat tax, vegan guidelines are confirmed for UK fashion industry, children are taking climate action into their own hands at school and A-list celebrities back Cara Delevigne’s climate initiative.

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Weekly E.C.O. news roundup

Your weekly roundup of the top eco stories from the last 7 days. This week we look at the NHS’s plea to staff to help them reach net zero emissions, Australian bush fires have caused global CO2 level to be at record high, Groundbreaking gas grid trial could reduce carbon emissions and Formula 1 aims to be carbon neutral by 2030.

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Weekly E.C.O. news roundup

Your weekly roundup of the top eco stories from the last 7 days. This week the celebrate Thailand’s 20-year plan to completely ban plastic, the National Grid released reports the UK was fuelled on more renewable energy than fossil fuels in 2019, Single-use plastic bans could be more damaging to the planet based on CO2 emissions from alternatives, a new protein has been made ‘from thin air’ by Finnish scientists which could compete with soya and major Indonesian floods sadly cause deaths across the capital.

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Ten eco tips for Autumn

The Autumn season is upon us and are we ready for Winter? The change in weather causes a change in habits – heating bills rise, water bills rise and we (usually) eat more food.

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Switch your energy supplier to clean up your emissions at home

Time is running out on global warming. In fact, if we don’t get our emissions under control pretty much immediately then scientists are in agreement that by 2030 it will be late to stay under the 1.5 degree threshold at which catastrophic consequences begin to affect first the most vulnerable, but eventually everyone on the planet.

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