Plastic pollution: Shipping sector urged to crack down on nurdle spills
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) is being called upon to classify plastic pellets as marine pollutants and subject them to stricter handling rules, following a series of spillages that have harmed nature.
Businesses team with UN to plot course for ‘healthy’ oceans
Oil and gas firm Total, insurance giant Gard AS and Norwegian maritime conference Nor-Shipping are among the six corporations which will lead a new United Nations (UN) initiative to help the private sector tackle ocean issues including overfishing, marine litter and acidification.
Greenpeace slams ‘jaw-dropping’ inaction on marine pollution from soft drinks firms
A new Greenpeace UK report has condemned the "woeful lack of action" by the soft drinks industry to prevent ocean plastic pollution, as figures show the world's top six brands use a combined average of just 6.6% recycled plastic in their bottles.
#OceanRescue: Sky drives engagement on ocean plastic waste through new social campaign
Broadcasting company Sky has turned to social media to increase awareness of the "major challenge" of plastic waste in the oceans, using celebrities and behaviour change tips as levers to inspire and educate consumers.
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