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Disposable Coffee Cups are a prime example of excessive waste items that could be managed so much better.Andrew Pendleton, Friends of the Earth’s head of campaigns, said: “The massive reduction in plastic bag use shows that just a small change in everyday habits can make a meaningful difference.The Secretary of State Sajid Javid, has decided that fracking should be allowed to proceed at Preston New Road, Lancashire.He has delayed making a decision on the Roseacre site to allow time for further evidence on highway safety and any other representations before reaching a final decision on the appeal.The figures show the shocking reality that while most will be getting excited in the build up to Christmas, the work of the RSPCA never stops, and it’s animal neglect that is the biggest concern during the winter months.
The advice is contained in a report on UK climate action following the Paris agreement.Plastic waste is very good at finding its way into our waterways and countryside, so it’s been a boon for nature and wildlife too.“Attention is now rightly turning to the estimated 2.5 billion non-recyclable coffee cups that end up in landfill every year, and other by-products of modern life like the completely oversized boxes and excess packaging that results from online shopping.From animals left without shelter or adequate food and water, to those left with painful untreated injuries or illness, statistics show that from October 2015 to January 2016, 45,176 calls were made to the RSPCA about animals suffering due to neglect.
This works out at 15 calls every single hour, not to mention the huge number of other calls the charity receives on top of this relating to other issues like abandonment and deliberate acts of cruelty.
“What sort of message will this send to the rest of the world if Britain, once a climate leader, offers only delay on one of the central tenets of the Paris Agreement less than twelve months after it was signed?