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Plastic Free July
Encouraging people to eliminate the use of single-use plastic during July each year by
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Michael Broadhead Aug 1
Unpacking Plastic Free July at Folk by on
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Plastic Free July Aug 15
Plastic. Read all about it with these great books.
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Plastic Free July Aug 15
Plastic. Read all about it with these great books.
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eXXhibition Aug 15
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Plastic Free July Aug 15
Replying to @SquizMakesNoise
We are comparing these with the same questions participants were asked at the start of the campaign so measuring change!
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Plastic Free July Aug 14
Please take our 5-min Plastic Free July survey -
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Plastic Free July Aug 13
Plastic pollution isn't just an oceans issue..everyone should watch "Camel Gastrolith" by :
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Jane Omalley Aug 11
's having time of his life at Playa Pilar Cuba with his new friend Sam the reed straw !
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Plastic Free July Aug 12
Unfortunately yes
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Plastic Free July Aug 12
Avoid products containing plastic microbeads. Use and avoid nylon, polyethylene and other plastics in cosmetic products.
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Plastic Free July Aug 10
800,000 pieces of litter picked up from Aussie beaches by the amazing !
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Plastic Free July Aug 10
Love the work of the in Berkeley, California to stop single use plastic!
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Occupy Sonoma County Aug 10
Card Game at the Plastic Free Saloon - a new video by Occupy Sonoma County for Plastic Free July
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Plastic Free July Aug 9
Great to see reusables in action at events
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Plastic Free July Aug 7
Replying to @craigreucassel
same as plastic...only 9% of worlds plastic waste has ever been recycled!
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Plastic Free July Aug 7
Lets all be part of the solution to the by first REDUCING what we consume in the first place!
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Plastic Free July Aug 7
Totally get that...it was visiting a materials recovery facility and seeing how much waste we create that led us to start this challenge!
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Plastic Free July Aug 7
A worthy mantra indeed!
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Plastic Free July Aug 7
Replying to @neighbour_s
Agreed!
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Plastic Free July Aug 7
Replying to @CostasGarden @4corners
this is why the reduce and refuse message is so important Costa!
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