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Tackling the plastic bottle crisis and our wider disregard for nature

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Plastic bottles awaiting recycling in Germany. Too many plastic bottles are manufactured globally, says British MP Caroline Lucas. Photograph: imageBroker/Rex/Shutterstock

Green co-leader Caroline Lucas says she hopes to build a cross-party coalition to stop bottle wastage, while other correspondents offer their thoughts on protecting the environment

June 30, 2017 — The Guardian’s coverage of the global plastic bottle crisis (Surge in plastic bottle use sparks global alert, 29 June) has been powerful and compelling. Like so many of the environmental Continue reading Tackling the plastic bottle crisis and our wider disregard for nature

Thousands join anti-nuclear weapons march in London

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MASSIVE DEMONSTRATION. Protesters gather in Trafalgar Square, London on February 27, 2016 to condemn the proposed renewal of Britain’s Trident nuclear weapons system. Photo by Niklas Halle’n/AFP
‘If a nuclear war took place there would be mass destruction on both sides of the conflict,’ says Jeremy Corbyn

LONDON, United Kingdom (Feb. 28, 2016) — Tens of thousands of people protested in London on Saturday, February 27, against the proposed renewal of Britain’s Trident nuclear weapons system, in Continue reading Thousands join anti-nuclear weapons march in London