Here are our top 5 tweets of the week:
Christmas Jumpers are essential at this time of year. However, many get discarded after one use. Discover Hubbub’s campaign on re-designing, altering and making your own jumpers:
1) In the U.K we spend a dizzyling £220 million on #Christmas Jumpers. It’s time to #GiveAKnit about textile waste. Find out how to alter, transform or make your own xmas jumpers here: https://t.co/z48XNL5NR0 pic.twitter.com/2prezH5KSU
— Hubbub (@hubbubUK) December 13, 2017
The realisation that Marks & Spencer overuse plastic packaging for its apples sparked a lot of backlash. Here is The Recycling Association’s response, and we couldn’t agree more:
2) Ridiculous packaging!
Totally unneccessary. Whe do apples suddenly need super protection when we’ve been buying them for years. It’s all about premium sales. We expect better for @marksandspencer #dontbuythem https://t.co/0pI73Ta9oE
— RecyclingAssociation (@RecyclingAssoc) December 11, 2017
Need to teach your children about sustainability? Let them help Shaun the Sheep create a sustainable city through this new game:
3) #Christmas is approaching!??❄️✨How about curling up on the couch with a warm cup of tea & exploring our free “Sustainable Shaun” game? Go help out Shaun build a sustainable city! ➡️https://t.co/hiqGjhcWGT #ShauntheSheep @shaunthesheep @aardman @SustLearning pic.twitter.com/kiqjbzsxJ5
— EU Environment (@EU_ENV) December 13, 2017
Oxford’s recycling roadshow is the perfect way of how to learn more about this issue. Did someone say freebies?
4) Our recycling roadshow will be in Bonn Square on 15 Dec from 11am – 3pm. They’ll hand out free food caddy liners, useful items made from recycled material, and recycling bags. And they’ll answer questions about recycling, with an emphasis on extra recycling over Christmas. pic.twitter.com/q1J1LW7PLy
— Oxford City Council (@OxfordCity) December 15, 2017
So apparently recycling a bottle of prosecco can light a disco ball for 14 hours? Sounds like a party to me:
— Recycle Now (@recycle_now) December 13, 2017
Check back on the 5th January 2018 to see if you’ve made our list.