We're building the third Plastic Fishing boat using plastic fished out of the river Thames, and this time we're giving it away. Will your town be the next to run Plastic Fishing trips and cut litter from our waterways? Read more
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Plastic Fishing is a unique team-building and corporate volunteering opportunity that brings plastics and marine pollution issues to life, right in the heart of London. Find out more and book a trip today.
Redistributing good quality, outgrown baby clothing as gifts between mothers for Mother's Day. Extending the lifespan of tots togs and saving families money.
You don’t have to be a plastics entrepreneur to start reducing your plastic waste. Here are our top tips to help you curb your plastic use today. Read more
As cold weather sets in, the pipes in our homes are at risk of freezing which can lead to bursts and flooding. Follow these simple steps to protect your pipes before temperatures drop. Read more
Air pollution isn’t only something that affects us outdoors. Research shows air inside our homes can actually be more polluted. Here are 7 ways to improve the air in your home. Read more
178 million old, used batteries are stashed in people’s homes that could be recycled. #BringBackHeavyMetal and recycle your batteries at your nearest collection point. Read more
A new punt made from 99% recycled plastic will be travelling to Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester and central Scotland as part of a national Plastic Fishing tour. The tour, which runs from April to June, will raise awareness of plastic pollution in UK Rivers and canals. Read more
It’s a global celebration of women’s achievements and to mark the occasion the I caught up with four inspirational female leaders working in sustainability. Read their advice and watch the vlog here Read more
We're so excited to announce plans to double the size of the world’s first Community Fridge Network from 50 to 100 fridges by the end of 2020. Read more
How does exposure to poor air change across different daily routines? Hubbub is partnering with King’s College London to find out by tracking the personal exposure of ten Londoners over seven days. Read more