Sep 13, 2019 @ 10:30am
There is less than one week left until the Crowdfunder for the #MayflowerForest closes - pledge today to help create a legacy for Marsh Mills and Plymouth. Help raise £40k to plant over 1,000 silver birches
This is why we love living by the sea 😍
"Proximity to water – especially the sea – is associated with many positive measures of physical and mental wellbeing, from higher levels of vitamin D to better social relations".
The short answer is neither. It all depends on how many times a bag is used. Buying new ones every time we shop is far worse for the environment than using a plastic one over and over again.
Margaret Bates, professor of sustainable waste management at Northampton University says "the key to reducing the impact of all carrier bags - no matter what they are made of - is to reuse them as much as possible"