Strengthening action on Modern Slavery

It’s estimated that over 40 million people are trapped in some form of slavery worldwide. Many of these will be men, women and children who have been trafficked or are trapped in forced labour across…
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Closing the lid on global packaging waste

Packaging serves a range of purposes. When designed well, it protects goods across increasingly long supply chains and can extend the life of food and beverage products, helping to minimise wastage, while also offering protection against contamination.

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Rewilding our world : An interview with Monty Halls

Monty Halls is a broadcaster, explorer and president of the Galapagos Conservation Trust. His recent documentary, My Family and the Galapagos, explored conservation efforts on the islands and highlighted the lead in environmental stewardship taken by the next generation of islanders. As an ambassador for the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, Monty presented its London Lecture in November 2018, after which he spoke to Rathbone Greenbank about the rewilding approach to conservation and the urgent need to preserve our environment.

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Preserving the miracle cure

Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos in January 2019, health secretary Matt Hancock made the case for antimicrobial resistance (AMR) to be regarded as a global health emergency, outlining the UK’s 20-year plan to cut the unnecessary prescription of antibiotics and reduce the number of drug-resistant infections.

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