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Plastic Free Hackney featured in The Times: Urban warriors rescue wildlife from a tide of plastic rubbish

Written by Kaya Burgess As traffic roars by on a bridge overhead, a cormorant stands on the banks of the River Lea and stoops down to chomp at a pile of discarded polystyrene. On this urban waterway in the heart of hipster Hackney, a group of fashionable Londoners is fishing Walkers crisp packets, Capri Sun […]

Sustainability Awareness Day – 17 November 2018

Amazing day spent at the Hackney Council Sustainability Awareness Day talking to residents about how they can reduce their personal plastic consumption and the campaign in general. It was really encouraging to hear the views of a diverse range of residents who all were aware of the issues of plastics and looking to make changes […]

Litter Picking along the Lea Bridge with Fragomen – 9 November 2018