• Ask Starbucks UK TO recycle their daily waste
    For obvious environmental reasons. Their daily usage of waste across the UK from their 549 nationwide stores is consuming landfills at an astronomical rate.
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    Created by Sam Wells Picture
  • Permanently ban fracking in North Yorkshire
    Why is this important? fracking in North Yorkshire could: pose a risk to health contaminate water hit house prices increase traffic in nearby communities and make it harder to meet climate targets NYCC ignored the will of the people. It is vital we overturn their decision and ban fracking to protect North Yorkshire’s people and environment from a dangerous form of energy extraction.
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    Created by Julian Shaw Picture
  • Plastic Packaging for Bananas Should NOT be a Thing!
    Over eight million tonnes of plastic enter oceans every year, with 80% coming from land. Bananas DO NOT need packaging, they have skins. It's making me go bananas.
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    Created by Hope Carpenter Picture
  • Lidl Store Mercia Road Gloucester
    There is already a Lidl store within a 5 minute drive of the proposed new development. The new development will potentially create more traffic in an already congested area.
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    Created by Jason Draper Picture
  • Release Public Donations for Grenfell to buy Housing and Possessions for the Survivors. Now
    Money Held and not used for the purpose it was Donated is Theft
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    Created by Susana Walker Picture
  • Stop selling 'Disposable' POWER HIT chargers.
    The Power HIT one-time-use 'disposable' phone charger, a new product owned by the 'Solent Group'. are now being sold around the UK. At £3 a piece, these chargers have a great appeal and seem to be a useful product. However they could have a potentially devastating impact on the environment. Marketed as 'Disposable', these chargers contain electronics, including a rechargable lithium ION battery, which are harmful to the environment and should not be sent to landfill. Such use of these batteries is wasteful. They contain resources of which there is a finite amount, and recycling of these batteries could cut down on carbon emissions. Ontop of that, they contain plastics and other materials which are not bio-degradable. This means it could take thousands of years for these materials to break down. This is harmful to wildlife and our ecology. Please sign my petition to stop this product, and others like it, from being sold around the UK.
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    Created by Emil Carr
  • Money back on rubbish collection
    Not very healthy to have those rubbishes on our streets. Not very respectful from council. No consideration for the public. Save the binmen jobs and no cut.
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    Created by claudia vukulu Picture
  • Stop UK food industry using plastic food packaging
    The amount of plastic being used is clogging up the oceans and putting its sea creatures in danger. We've seen the horrific stories of sea turtles being suffocated by plastic bags and fish with bits of plastic and beaches strewn with bottles, toys, lighters and straws. These materials take hundreds of years to break down. We can't go on like this. It has to stop.
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    Created by Lorraine Churchill Picture
  • Make Bonham Road Resident only Parking
    Having parents park their car on any bit of space/ pavement they find is dangerous, accidents are occuring it's making it even more difficult to cross the road to get to the school. Children and adults that walk to school are almost getting knocked down by the people pulling up on to the pavements. It makes the road much too busy and puts people at risk.
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    Created by Louise Orriss
  • Create a law to Make all packaging recyclable
    Because our environment is being overloaded with waste.
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    Created by Adam Thomas Picture
  • Ensure future US compliance with the Paris Agreement through future trade deals
    Trump's decision to withdraw the US from the Paris Agreement could have devastating consequences for all of us. This short sighted move designed to protect the American economy by removing regulation related to emissions cannot be allowed to work. It is all of us who will pay the price, and we cannot allow US polluters to profit from this.
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    Created by Pete Massey Picture
  • We urge for an alliance of Left / Centrist parties in order to win this General Election
    Our only chance of creating an alternative to another full term of cuts, privatisation and the destruction of the NHS is to unite the left under a coalition government.
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    Created by Ben Dresner-Reynolds