We all know plastic is becoming a huge problem and we have to not only reduce our use, but get much better at managing the plastic we do use.
Where fossil fuel-based plastics are needed, they must be kept in continuous cycles of production and reproduction. We must grow out of trying to bury it in landfills or burn it when we think we are done with it. Or worse still, leave it scattered across our landscapes and seas.
So how can we turn this story around? Karyn speaks with Phil Jones at the Sustainable Business Network about the changes we need to make following their annual conference The End Of Plastic As We Know It.