On World Environment Day this year, we launched Breaking The Plastic Habit - a programme designed to eliminate single-use plastic across Canary Wharf. This was in response to our 2017 World Environment Day event, where our visitors voted for single-use plastic as the biggest environmental issue facing us today.

The programme will run for 12 months and will pilot new technologies, innovations and behavioural change campaigns in an effort to remove the need for single-use plastics.

In a unique position as a micro-city, we recognise we cannot tackle this issue alone. Breaking The Plastic Habit will strive to harness the power of collaboration to test new ideas and drive impactful market-based change for greater impact.

The programme forms part of our wider sustainability strategy – Making Sustainability Real which addresses the current economic, environmental and social needs of our stakeholders and anticipates those of tomorrow. Our latest report is now available, you can pick up a copy in the lobby of One Canada Square.

If you have any questions please email sustainability@canarywharf.com

Reports

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