Researchers at Robert Gordon’s University are keen to find out the views of Orcadians on having an Anaerobic Digester plant in the islands.
Currently over 80% of the ecological costs of a product are determined before it is even created.
The Scottish Government is putting forward proposals for a charge on single use disposable cups – similar to the one introduced successfully on carrier bags.
“We want a strong Circular Economy Bill which will set ambitious targets for reducing the nation’s material footprint”
A coalition of over 30 organisations has been launched calling for an ambitious and comprehensive Circular Economy Bill in Scotland.
“We need to move rapidly to a more circular economy because the climate and ecological emergencies we face are partly driven by what and how much we consume.”
OLIO is a new free app which enables people to reduce food waste by sharing information about surplus food and other items locally.
A visit to the Orkney Zero Waste yard in Stromness could change your way of life.
Biochar originates from different types of plant and animal by-products
Two organisations in Orkney are to benefit from Scottish Government funding to tackle Climate Change.
Mark Cook makes all sorts of useful objects from what most folk consider to be marine litter.