9 Ways to Have an Even Greener Garden

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  Whether you’re the proud owner of a handful of house plants or a perfectly pruned garden, it’s always nice to find ways to make your green space even greener. But before you rush off to a garden centre and waste precious money and plastic, take a look at what you might already have at home to reuse, what you …

Reducing Microplastics in Laundry with Fill Refill

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Microplastics have become a major environmental concern in recent years, as they continue to accumulate in our oceans and harm wildlife. These tiny plastic particles are found in a variety of everyday products, including clothing and textiles. When we wash our clothes, microplastics are released into the water supply and eventually make their way into our oceans, where they could …

Same dream, different team!

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Clean seas, healthy rivers, marine wildlife eating jellyfish for dinner instead of plastic bags … Less Plastic and City to Sea have always shared the same vision: a world where people use less plastic and we connect our actions to our oceans. So when Amanda and James asked us if we’d like to take on their legacy, we said a …

New Beginnings for Less Plastic

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Hey, it’s Amanda and James, Less Plastic founders. It’s a long time since we’ve written a personal message, and we’re here now to share what we’ve been up to, and what’s next for Less Plastic CIC. We launched Less Plastic in 2015, even before Blue Planet II, which aired in 2017 and turned out to be the moment when the …

Announcing Less Plastic’s New Partnership with Nurdle

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We are always looking for new ways to deliver on our mission to reduce the amount of plastic on our planet and repair the damage done. And so we are really excited to announce our partnership with Nurdle. Nurdle is a like-minded CIC founded by the awesome Josh Beech.  It is one of the first organisations to focus entirely on …

9 ways you can restore nature

9 ways you can restore nature

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Following on from the first More Nature infographic – 9 reasons we need more nature – we are excited to share how YOU can get involved with the important job of restoring nature – repairing the damage we’ve collectively caused by making simple, positive changes in your life. Many of these tips are free to try, or even save money …

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Global campaign to reduce covid waste

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Less Plastic UK has teamed up with the network partners at the International Waste Platform to launch another global multi-lingual campaign – this time to encourage the general public to use #reusable face masks to help reduce the single-use face mask waste caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The campaign is so far available in these languages: Burmese, Dutch, English, Ewe …

5 Ps to be a Plastic Game Changer

Free E-Book to reduce plastic in your organisation

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It’s almost 18 months since the release of our book Plastic Game Changer on World Environment Day 2019. Since then, we’ve heard from hundreds of you about how the book has helped you reduce plastic use in your organisations, families, and communities. We now want to amplify the book’s impact even further by offering the E-Book version FREE for anyone …

Global Campaign to Reduce Plastic in your School

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Less Plastic UK has teamed up with the network partners at the International Waste Platform to launch a global multi-lingual campaign to reduce plastic in your school. Together we have created a sticker/poster/social media post in several different languages to help students, teachers and parents in schools around the world reduce plastic waste. The 152mm x 152mm (6″ x 6″) …

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Less Plastic Founder joins Changing Streams as an Ambassador

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We are delighted to announce that Less Plastic founder, Amanda Keetley, has joined Changing Streams CIC as an ambassador. Changing Streams, in partnership with the University of Liverpool, is helping to make the world cleaner and greener, beginning by focusing on the construction industry. The organisation is working with key figures from major organisations within the construction sector to provide advisory steps …