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Blondie star Debbie Harry wants us to stop screwing the planet. At least that’s the message she was sending when she took to the London catwalks recently, in support of sustainable label VIN + OMI. Known for experimenting with fabrics such as pineapple leather, environmentally friendly latex and leather-style mushrooms, the brand’s spring-summer 2018 show[…]

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Plastic is choking our oceans and killing marine life. Every year we throw away millions of tonnes of plastic. And vast amounts of it finds its way into the ocean. As the plastic breaks down into tiny pieces it’s consumed by marine animals. All this plastic pollution means a cocktail of harmful chemicals can be passed up the food chain. Plastic[…]

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Written by Jo Ruxton Ten years ago this summer marks our first journey to the ‘so-called’ Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Ready to film for our documentary A Plastic Ocean, we joined a team of scientists expecting to encounter a vast island of floating plastic “twice the size of Texas”. On the 1,500 mile journey to the centre of[…]

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Our long awaited new Life Collection of isothermal stainless steel bottles has just landed. Bottles have a triple layer stainless steel construction for keeping your drinks ice cold for 24hrs or hot for 12hours. All bottles are supplied in our zero plastic packaging recycled card cylinders and have a patented, unique cap that has stainless[…]

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By changing habits we can reduce our reliance on single use plastics. Since we began, we estimate that our customers have prevented at least 1 billion single use water bottles from being used and disposed of. Thankyou. We are making a difference together. We regularly publish ways to reduce the plastic habit and prevent pollution.[…]

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Whales Are Facing a Crisis Created By Humans. Can We Help Save Them? Jan 09, 2019 Arguably as one of Earth’s most fascinating animals, whales have long held a place of awe and reverence in our psyche. They’ve featured in countless works of fiction and fantasy. From 1851s Moby Dick (a sperm whale) to 1986s[…]

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