Friday December 13, 2019

Off Message: Nadine O'Regan's growing eco-guilt

The availability of cheap products, from festival tents to Penneys clothes, has contributed to a throwaway culture that is ruining our planet. It’s time to stop making plastic promises and take action

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
11th August, 2019
Kylie Jenner with Travis Scott, who covered an entire room in her house with rose petals as a present Pic: Getty

I can’t stop seeing plastic bottles. They’re everywhere: by my desk, in my car, tucked onto windowsills and jutting from my rubbish bin. I got home from the All Together Now festival last Sunday and took six of them out of my rucksack. Six! What on earth was I doing with six plastic bottles? They had just quietly accumulated when I wasn’t looking, like ants on a patch of earth covered in spilt lemonade. I...

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