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Learning from plastic progress

When the Daily Mail puts an environmental campaign on its front page you know the tide is turning. In February this year the UKs second biggest-selling daily paper screamed out for readers to support its anti-plastic bags campaign. A Banish the Bags editorial spread across nine pages was designed to tap into public frustration.Over the past two years the media has produced thousands of articles concerning plastic bags their negative impact on the environment, the ...