Over 300 million tons of plastic are produced every year, half of which is single-use items such as shopping bags, plates, cups and straws. Out of this, at least 8 million tons of plastic end up in our oceans every year. Floating plastic debris is currently the most abundant form of marine litter. This plastic […]
With our climate movement predominantly led by white people, we need to face the climate movement’s diversity problem which seems to exclude the people facing the brunt of it: people of colour.
Take a look at the various plastic bag bans and taxes across the world to understand their challenges and the impact they have created in their communities.
With consumers becoming increasingly wary of fast fashion brands’ greenwashing, these 6 eco-friendly clothing brands are setting the trend!
Carbon and Plastic footprints are increasingly alarming indicators of our growing environmental impact. Fighting climate change begins with reducing these footprints, but how?
With over 90.5% of plastic waste going unrecycled, guerilla or small scale recycling can create a huge impact in the space, and YOU can contribute.
From impact at grass-roots level to creating green footprints, learn more aout how Waste Ventures India is leading the change in solid waste recycling practices.
90% of the roughly 300 million tons new plastic produced annually is not recycled, it becomes clear that while making a difference, plastic recycling is only a part of any viable solution to the global plastic pollution crisis. What are the reasons preventing us from recycling more?
With key green concepts like composting, biodegradability and recyclability getting used increasingly day by day, it’s important to understand their difference both in use and impact.
Southeast Asian Nations have been importing the Global North’s plastic waste since decades. But, now they’re beginning to fight back.