TOPIC 1 (2019/20)

 

PLASTIC: WHOSE RESPONSIBILITY?

Ensuring the sustainable utilisation of resources is a key step that individuals can take to reduce our collective impact on the environment, including the use of and disposal of plastic. Plastics in the environment impact environmental, wildlife and human health, with a legacy that will last for generations. However, who is responsible for their ubiquitous use and poor disposal? If we are to change the world, who needs to lead the charge?

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We've teamed up with science and wildlife presenter Liz Bonnin to create a special video to introduce this important topic...

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TAKING ACTION

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Watch our 2020 panel discussion where we heard from subject experts about how we can individually and collectively address the plastic crisis. Hosted by Will Travers OBE, Born Free’s Executive President & Co-Founder, panel members included Baroness Natalie Bennett, Sian Sutherland, Andrew Thornton and Chris Coode.

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Learning objectives

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