Who doesn’t love glitter? So many of us have used it and enjoyed seeing it sparkle. But there is a downside, an environmental one. Most forms of glitter are not just plain aluminium but aluminium sandwiched between layers of plastic.
SOS Jersey were recently invited to write a report for the Jersey Evening Post’s ecoJersey supplement, published today. Click here for that full report, as you won’t in fact see it in the supplement; this is because, late this week,
Once again on the current 39ft spring tides, the sea is entering the polluted Waterfront sites and flushing out large amounts of thick leachate into the Elizabeth Marina. To see all the Horizon posts together, click here. Sediment settles onto
Well, the madness goes on. What century is Jersey in? Surely we know better than to let this happen? To find pout what’s afoot with the SoJDC’s latest development wheeze, the Horizon development, read on. We’ll keep all the updates
Well, it’s starting to happen again! Here are our previous posts on the contentious matter of the proposed Zephyrus apartments. Related Posts:Building 5 – Many concerns come to the fore…The REAL Sea Lettuce Conferences – Report & DatesJersey’s Senatorial By-Election
Here is an article from today’s Jersey Evening Post which includes a comment from Jacqui Carrel, SOS Jersey’s environmental scientist. We would like to see these microbeads banned forthwith. Related Posts:Building 5 – Many concerns come to the fore…The REAL