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Plastics in our ocean

Test your knowledge about plastics in our oceans, and learn about how they impact the environment by clicking on the image below...

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Recycling and Waste

How much do you think about what you throw away? Do you know what happens to the things you chuck out? Find out more about waste and recycling with our FREE resources:

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How much electronic waste do we generate as a species? article icon

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How much electronic waste do we generate as a species?

Old computers, knackered telly sets and phones that are so last year: How much of this discarded stuff is piling up?

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Plastic materials, pollution and recycling

What benefits do plastics offer society? What can we do with used plastic to avoid damage to the environment? Simon Collinson investigates...

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Does nanotechnology offer a better way of dealing with electronic waste? article icon

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Does nanotechnology offer a better way of dealing with electronic waste?

Obsolete computer equipment creates a waste headache. Smashing it up into tiny, tiny particles might be the best way of recycling, says new research.

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Recycling: Putting consumers to work

The role of consumers play a vital part in waste management; Dr Katy Wheeler explores how in this article. 

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Why do planes get dumped in the desert?

Our series City In The Sky travelled to Arizona to see a plane come to its final destination.

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What can Chinese students in Southampton teach us about going green? article icon

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What can Chinese students in Southampton teach us about going green?

Research amongst Chinese students studying in the UK explores whether studying overseas can change people's behaviour.

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What can you do with leftover coffee grounds? article icon

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What can you do with leftover coffee grounds?

If your office is anything like the OpenLearn one, you'll be generating a load of waste coffee grounds everyday. Maybe we shouldn't be throwing it all away...

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Recycling old clothes

What do you do with your t-shirt once you're done with it? Dr Christine Thomas takes a look at the options (but really, you should just recycle them!)

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Fair shares? Why sharing needs a democratic revolution

The sharing economy is in danger of becoming dominated by Silicon Valley. That needs to change, says Chris Martin.

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Wastemen: The Home Front

In the first of the series, Christmas is coming. And the most magical time of the year brings with it enormous strains for the Newcastle teams coping with a throwaway society.

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