Tagged with plastic

The Trouble with Tea….

The Trouble with Tea….

I will start by confessing that I am a big of a tea addict. I am not quite as bad as my dear old mum was-she couldn’t even face breakfast without having had at least 2 cups, and was never more than half an hour away from her next one! But I am partial to a … Continue reading

Plasticification…

Plasticification…

…Is that even a word? Not sure. But if it is, I went to the National Marine Aquarium last week to talk about it. The good people at Start, have teamed up with the National Marine Aquarium to explore all things Ocean-y and sustainable, and held an event looking at the role of Plymouth as Britain’s … Continue reading

Plastic, not so fantastic…

Plastic, not so fantastic…

Plastic. Where would we be without it? How did we ever manage without it? And will it EVER decompose…? Mass production of plastic only really got going after the Second World War. It is now pretty hard to imagine life without it. But we must have coped. And scarily, EVERY SINGLE BIT OF PLASTIC EVER MADE, … Continue reading

We are Trashing our planet….

We are Trashing our planet….

I went to see a screening of the Jeremy Irons movie Trashed on Thursday, as the ‘finale’ event of the Waste Watcher’s challenge. It makes for sombre viewing, and really should be compulsory viewing for each and everyone of us. I don’t expect many people really stop and think much about rubbish, but when you do, you … Continue reading

Message in a Bottle…

Message in a Bottle…

I ventured out of my little comfort zone of rural Wiltshire (with the odd foray into Somerset..) earlier on this week, and visited the Big Smoke-yes, London baby!! AND I was child free…!! I realise you are all clamouring to know what could possibly warrant such a momentous journey, so I will tell you… I … Continue reading