From bug hotels to plastic-free strawberries: Is Wimbledon's environment positive agenda serving up a breakthrough?

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The grounds set on Wimbledon after day 1 of this year's Championship | Credit: AELTC, Edward Whitaker
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The grounds set on Wimbledon after day 1 of this year's Championship | Credit: AELTC, Edward Whitaker

Panel hosted at SW19 last week raises questions about whether continued use of single-use plastic throughout tournament is compatible with group's wider sustainability plans

Last year, the organisers of Wimbledon announced that day three of the tournament was officially 'environment day'. Climate discussions were folded into match coverage, whilst various recycling and waste...

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