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B.E.A.C.H.
Beach Environmental Awareness Campaign Hawai`i is an all volunteer, non-profit organization that brings awareness and solutions to the problem of marine debris
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B.E.A.C.H. Apr 17
Celebrate the 2018 International Year of the Reef - Hawaii launch with us! Thursday 26th April, 2018 at the State Capitol auditorium 11:30am-5:30pm featuring film Chasing Coral, keynote speaker Dr. Ruth Gates, info. tables.
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Peopleriver Dec 2
Massive costal cleanup and ‘brand audit’ reveals where plastic pollution comes from? Pls RT
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B.E.A.C.H. Apr 4
This is DREADFUL!!! It will NOT divert plastic from the ocean. This is GREENWASHING!!! Not to mention the toxic chemicals on the plastic. No plastic from the ocean should be recycled!
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BBC Earth Dec 12
Could you walk around with 12kg of plastic in your stomach?
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B.E.A.C.H. Apr 1
Happy Easter from B.E.A.C.H. at the KailuaTown Farmers’ Market!
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B.E.A.C.H. Mar 31
ACTION NEEDED!!! Please email Chair Luke & Vice-Chair Cullen by Monday to request the Finance committee hear and pass SB2498 (statewide polystyrene foam ban bill) this week. See: for email addresses and sample letter.
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B.E.A.C.H. Mar 22
SB2498 (polystyrene foam ban bill) passed the hearing last week but got amended. It will now move to the final committee - House Finance. For more information on how you can help get this bill passed visit:
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B.E.A.C.H. Mar 13
TESTIMONY NOW OPEN FOR SB2498! - a bill that will ban polystyrene foam containers for food and drinks throughout the state of Hawaii is being heard on Fri. 9am please support this bill by submitting testimony by 9am Thursday!
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The Story of Stuff Mar 2
Milkmen are returning to London as millennials order glass milk bottles in a bid to slash plastic waste
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B.E.A.C.H. Feb 26
Breaking news! The polystyrene foam container ban bill SB2498 passed the final Senate committee this morning and now heads to the House. Thank you to all who helped support this bill with testimony!
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B.E.A.C.H. Feb 26
Let Senators Taniguchi & Dela Cruz know that you support SB2285 banning plastic straws and that you want them to please schedule it for a hearing before the deadline and pass this bill! Thank you.
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B.E.A.C.H. Feb 26
Help Plastic Straw Ban bill get a hearing - Please call today (Monday): Senator Brian Taniguchi ph: 586 6460 or email: sentaniguchi@capitol.hawaii.gov Senator Donovan Dela Cruz ph: 586 6090 email: sendelacruz@capitol.hawaii.gov - urgent last day to schedule hearing is tomorrow!
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B.E.A.C.H. Feb 24
Hot food and drinks in polystyrene foam containers causes styrene to migrate to your food/drinks. Styrene is toxic to your brain and nervous system. Submit testimony to ban foam in by 10am Sunday.
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B.E.A.C.H. Feb 23
Help the plastic straw bill SB2285 get a hearing. Call or email by Monday Senator Taniguchi ph:586 6460 sentaniguchi@capitol.hawaii.gov and Senator Dela Cruz ph:586 6090 sendelacruz@capitol.hawaii.gov & ask for the bill to be heard.
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B.E.A.C.H. Feb 22
SUPPORT SB2498 - a bill for a law that will ban polystyrene foam containers for food and drinks throughout the state of Hawaii is being heard on Mon. 10am please support this bill by submitting testimony by 10am Sunday! For more info visit:
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Eia Hawaii Fund Feb 14
Urgent Community Action Required to save the Marine Debris Removal Statewide Bill. Find out how you can help
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Eia Hawaii Fund Feb 12
US DELIVER - We fund 15 critical & essential programs throughout in , , Heritage and . Visit to learn more &
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B.E.A.C.H. Feb 13
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Greenpeace Feb 13
Great news! Now, who is next?
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B.E.A.C.H. Jan 4
Free talk on Saturday, 6th of January 2018! At Aina Haina Public Library, all are welcome. See…
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