Environment

Don’t trash chance for a waste revolution

September 30, 2018 ecod37nur 0

  The federal government’s announcement of new recycling labelling on packaging is a welcome addition to the response by lawmakers, consumers and industry to the collapse in the international recycling market precipitated by China’s unheralded exit […]

Environment

Dutch answer to Australia’s waste crisis

September 30, 2018 ecod37nur 0

  Rubbish inspectors, compulsory compost collection and communal underground bins are just some of the reasons why the Dutch are leading the world in waste management – and Australia is not. The Netherlands recycles 81 […]

Agriculture

EU mustn’t double down on broken farming

September 29, 2018 ecod37nur 0

  As it becomes increasingly evident that Europe’s farming must change, the European Union is in danger of doubling down on a broken system, warns Marco Contiero. Marco Contiero is Greenpeace EU’s agriculture policy director. […]