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Ban on PET bottles, if recycling fails – Minister

Ban on PET bottles, if recycling fails – Minister

Beverage companies given two weeks to fall in line:dailynews.lk The Environment Ministry instructed three major beverage companies to prepare a recycling programme in two weeks or else PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate)...

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‘We saw it coming’: The Indigenous leader fighting climate change

‘We saw it coming’: The Indigenous leader fighting climate change

By Carolina Loza León – ALJAZEERA Puyo, Ecuador – “People from the outside [of Waorani territory] see empty land but to us [Waorani people] the jungle is our pharmacy, our...

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Lego is finally making its iconic bricks from recycled plastic

Lego is finally making its iconic bricks from recycled plastic

Sophie Lewis – CBS NEWS Lego is finally on its way to making its iconic toy bricks more sustainable. The toymaker unveiled this week a prototype brick made entirely of...

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Can old traditions and tech help Singapore reach zero waste?

Can old traditions and tech help Singapore reach zero waste?

By Peter Hoskins, Business reporter, Singapore – bbc.com You can hear Madam Ng trundling down the road long before you see her. In the quiet of the early morning, the...

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Climate change: If we don’t act now we will kill our planet, there is no planet B

Climate change: If we don’t act now we will kill our planet, there is no planet B

DAILYMIRROR EDITORIAL 18.06.2021 The United Nations(UN) yesterday marked the world day to combat desertification and drought with this year’s theme being “Restoration. Land. Recovery.” Sri Lanka also has major problems...

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Vavuniya tusker’s demise DID TOO MANY ‘COOKS’ SPOIL JUMBO’S RECOVERY?

Vavuniya tusker’s demise DID TOO MANY ‘COOKS’ SPOIL JUMBO’S RECOVERY?

Kamanthi Wickramasinghe – dailymirror.lk On June 11 Sri Lanka lost another one of its magnificent tuskers that succumbed to injuries while receiving treatment at Kanagarayankulam, Puthur, Vavuniya. But unlike any...

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The MV ‘X-Press Pearl’ Fiasco

The MV ‘X-Press Pearl’ Fiasco

CEYLON TODAY US based ‘The Maritime Magazine’, in an article published online on Sunday, said that salvors, Sri Lankan officials and satellite imaging providers have identified a ‘gray sheen’ emanating...

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What’s the big deal if bees are dying?

What’s the big deal if bees are dying?

dw.com We are losing billions of bees every year to many complicated causes, including climate change, decreasing crop diversity and habitat loss. Why does it matter if bees are around?...

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G7 summit: Leaders pledge climate action but disappoint activists

G7 summit: Leaders pledge climate action but disappoint activists

BBC The G7 nations have agreed to step up action on climate change and renewed a pledge to raise $100bn a year to help poor countries cut emissions. After a...

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Plastic pollution: take-out food is littering the oceans

Plastic pollution: take-out food is littering the oceans

BBC Plastic from take-out and convenience food is littering rivers and oceans – but straws are not the worst offenders, according to a new study. Scientists analysed global inventories cataloguing...

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