Family gaming replacing TV, the 'Greta Effect' and plastic-free living are among the top trends expected to shape parenting in the next decade.
If you're keen to do your bit and cut down on single-use plastics, but you find that your bathroom is actually full of them, then help is at hand. From shampoo and conditioner to toothbrushes and razors, there are now a host of plastic-free
UK mothers’ breast milk has some of the highest concentrations of flame retardants in the world.
Apart from the environmental damage that plastic bottles are doing to the world's oceans - there's a very good reason why you should never try to reuse them for drinking. If you tend to refill your bottle a lot, then stop right now!
The flight forms part of the airline’s mission to cut out 100 million single-use plastics from its planes by the end of 2020
The horrifying images show the scale of littering and its impact on wildlife. Photographs taken at Drumpellier Country Park, near Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire, showed two eggs laid in a nest while the surrounding area was littered with
This shocking image shows a dolphin found dead on a British beach after swallowing plastic. The carcass was discovered by Simon Heester who said it was entangled in rope and showed signs of having eaten plastic. Found on Pentewan beach, near St
The RSPCA have released images showing the devastating impact of plastic on seals. The charity has preserved the body of one seal killed by a net stuck around her neck. Officials want to show how plastic on beaches is cutting the animals'
The scourge of plastic pollution is a huge problem for humanity, with the U.N. estimating that less than a tenth of all plastic ever produced has been recycled. Now a British firm is hoping to become part of the solution. Recycling Technologies
Some studies point to common plastic components as contributors to an increase in penile birth defects.
Approximately 700,000 panty liners, 2.5 million tampons and 1.4 million sanitary towels are flushed down the toilet in the UK every single day.
Plastic bank notes are to be issued by the Bank of England for the first time when the new £5 featuring Sir Winston Churchill appears in 2016. A £10 note featuring Jane Austen to follow around a year later will also be made from polymer rather
A new study by the World Health Organisation has revealed that a chemical used to soften plastics in many everyday items - including car trim - could cause breast cancer, asthma, infertility and birth defects. The chemicals known as phthalates