Achieving plastic free status in practice. How can it be done?

Many of us are striving to reduce the amount of plastic we use at home, but how can this be sustained in our professional lives? Especially in an environment where disposable items are an integral part of our work.Jane Davidson and Jo Hinde, co-founders of Learning Without Landfill explain that: ‘Starting to talk about the environmental impact of our work and personal activities was hard. Only 2 years ago many people questioned how we could make any change in a field like veterinary medicine.’ So, how can it be done? Megan Eastwood-Wright, Head Nurse of Regent Court Vets, Penzance, Cornwall tells us.

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