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FOSH BLOG

9 Oct 2019 11:00:00

Giants of the sea

After reading about the most amazing creature the Humpback Whale I was reminded that its song  could be heard by another humpback 4000 miles away! Really this is extraordinary but it brings a chill to my mind on how we know so little about the life under the waves. There is quite simply another world under there, we are not respecting this and very quickly we are spoiling an environment we are still learning about, its so sad. Humpback whales have a vertical throat roughly the

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14 May 2019 10:00:00

WHERE BETTER THAN THIS!

 I saw this online and sometimes I wonder if they photoshop these but unfortunately this appears to really be the situation, its unbelievable :(       The contrast between these two pictures makes a stark reminder as to the realities of 'single use plastics'     This morning I was walking our dog in a gorgeous part of Northumberland UK,  a beautiful Golden Doodle by the way see picture below, who loves this part of the

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25 Apr 2019 10:00:00

PLASTIC BOTTLES MAY NOW BE THE BIGGEST MENACE TO OUR WATERWAYS

 In our opinion the blatant lack of movement by the big multinationals is a disgrace and moreover those of us who feel it is acceptable to simply throw away your single use bottles onto the streets for someone else to clean up shame on you! We ask the question is this the way forward or can we change our habits and change the future? In the report plastic bottles were top of the visible plastic waste in our waterways showing 14% of all seen plastics on the study (see base of

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4 Apr 2019 10:00:00

HAVE EUROPE REALLY AGREED TO BAN ALL SINGLE USE PLASTICS IN THE NEXT COUPLE OF YEARS?

It seems too good to be true, FOSH investigate whats really going on     The headline says ‘The Parliament of the European Union has voted to ban single use plastics across the whole union', the ban is expected to come into force in the next 2 years, effectively 2021. Wow, this is really good news but what does it mean, well our understanding is plastic straws, plates, cutlery, trays and other disposable ‘single use’ plastics are to be subject to a

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