The Blue Planet Effect: BBC to ban single use plastics from 2020

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BBC unveils three part plan in support of its new goal to end the use of single use plastic by 2020
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BBC unveils three part plan in support of its new goal to end the use of single use plastic by 2020

Broadcaster announces three point plan to end use of single use plastics across its operations

Having helped trigger the 'war on plastic' through the broadcast of Blue Planet II, the BBC has today announced its own plans to end the use of single use plastics across its operations by 2020. The...

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