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Sacha Bazin is a Master’s student in Environmental Policy at the University of Cambridge. He has a background in ESG data analysis, sustainable consulting and NGO work aimed at the energy transition in the Global South. His interests are broad, encompassing environmental law and policy, sustainable finance, climate science and the interplay between the environment and development.

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Can payments for ecosystem services (PES) help alleviate poverty?

PES can be a cost-effective way of delivering valuable ecosystem services such as carbon sequestration, but its influence on assisting the rural poor remains uncertain

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The obscure reality of plastic waste recycling in the UK
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The obscure reality of plastic waste recycling in the UK

Pollution

Overproduction and overconsumption of plastics have led to a severe negative externality on our environment, especially our oceans. To combat this issue, market-based solutions must be implemented rapidly by governments to reduce the amount of plastic we use and to promote recycling within their own borders. This article highlights the harsh consequences of the marine plastic pollution market failure and sheds light on the complex relationship the UK has with its plastic waste.

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The obscure reality of plastic waste recycling in the UK


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