As ever the government is pussy footing around the issue, but it does seem some progress is being made. I reckon the XR campaign has been more than worth it, but suspect it will have to escalate its activities somewhat to make this a real impact.
Come on people, make your own lunches.
Easy, quick, tastier, healthier, better for the planet.
Made all the worse by London's "made fresh today" places.
Each branch of Eat, Coco Di Mama, Abokado etc throws out 50+ plastic packaged still good to eat meals everyday into the normal rubbish.
(kind of meta news)
This is interesting (and not meta):
On the issue of extreme weather phenomena:
The main impact of all this extra movement in the system seems to be that extremes become more concentrated.
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