Meat Your Match

The amount of meat and dairy we eat is predicted to double by 2050. Join Meat Your Match - take on the challenge to half the amount of meat you eat or collaborate with us on the next phase.Read more

Take Care of Tooting

98% of Tooting residents think fly-tipping is a serious problem, so we teamed up with Wandsworth Council to bring some anti-littering initiatives to Tooting.Read more

Love Where You Live

In one year the UK spend £57 million clearing up after fly-tipping. One community in Oldham has transformed its derelict alleyway into a beautiful space. Will yours be next? Find out how to transform your alleyway with #LoveWhereYouLive.Read more

#StreetsAhead in Brighton and Hove

A creative approach to tackling litter in coastal towns, initially piloted in Brighton and Hove.Read more

Recycle disposable coffee cups

Seven million disposable coffee cups are thrown away every day in the UK. Download our free guide to setting up a cup recycling scheme in your workplace.Read more

Book a Plastic Fishing trip

We've launched PET Project, a new plastic recycled punt, which will join Poly-Mer in taking people on Plastic Fishing trips to collect plastic litter from the Thames to turn into more boats that can clean our waterways.Read more

Trashconverter Tour

The ‘Trashconverter’ toured the Forest of Dean, engaging people on the issue of littering by getting them to swap their trash for treats. Positively reinforcing anti-littering behaviour and raising awareness of litter in the environment.Read more

Love Your Forest

Creative ways to tackle litter in rural areas, using the latest thinking and designs from around the world.Read more

The Communitrees

Using nudge theory to reduce forest littering by creating 'Communitree' faces made out of litter collected from the forest floor, to keep a watchful eye on the forest.Read more

'FAUX' alternative fashion magazine

'FAUX' satire fashion magazine is out now! FAUX explores the world of fast fashion, where the clothes you buy are out of style before they’ve even been sold, and our obsession with the next ‘big’ thing and whether we really need to buy stuff to be happy.Read more