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MEPs voted for a ban on a range of single-use plastics in a bid to stop pollution of the oceans.
New research reveals some creatures have been feeding on plastic for at least 40 years.
It comes after an unusual campaign where protesters posted packets back to the crisp maker!
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Meet the man from Norway on a mission to pick up as much plastic as he can.
Science Editor David Shukman explains what happens to plastic once it gets into the sea.
A huge mass of bottles, cutlery and polystyrene plates has been found.
Startling photos showing the vast amounts of plastic choking the world's oceans, shorelines and rivers.
Materials scientist Mark Miodownik explores our love/hate relationship with plastic.
Radio 1Xtra's Ace challenges himself to a week waste free.
How serious is the problem of plastic waste, and what can be done to tackle it?
Lucy Siegle gives her five point plan on how the UK can reduce its plastic pollution.
A visual guide to what can and can't be recycled.
This guide tells you why.
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The packaging industry in England has been accused of exaggerating the amount of its plastic that gets recycled.
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More than 40 companies have signed up to cut plastic pollution over the next seven years.
The items could be banned in England to aid the government's bid to cut plastic waste.
Government to consult on a deposit return scheme for plastic bottles.
What are microbeads and why are they a problem in products like shower gels?
The companies combating plastic waste with new technology.
Scientists have improved a naturally occurring enzyme which can digest some of our most commonly polluting plastics.
Scientists have developed a way of turning plastic waste into hydrogen.