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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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Plastic Free July Oct 21
Cafes can store pre-made food in cabinets without single-use plastic!
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Hamish Longbottom Oct 18
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SurfersAgainstSewage Oct 15
David Attenborough urges action on plastics after filming Blue Planet II
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Plastic Free July Oct 13
Replying to @SSaarraahh_Ann
Agree. We started at our farmers markets by having conversations with market manager and stall holders
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Plastic Free July Oct 13
Farmers market produce in reusable buckets means easy to buy and no plastic packaging!
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Plastic Free July Oct 12
Looking forward to it!
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Plastic Free July Oct 10
Great to see cafes in rural areas making efforts to reduce single-use plastic: no 0plastic straws, cup discounts and reduced packaging!
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Plastic Free July Oct 7
Plastics break "up" into smaller fragments which can be ingested by wildlife. Picking it up is important, preventing it is vital.
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Plastic Free July Oct 6
Replying to @juliepackard
Indeed!
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Plastic Free July Oct 6
Replying to @ClarenceHouse
Thanks for raising awareness about this issue, we all need to be part of the solution
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Clarence House Oct 5
"We must act now!" His Royal Highness delivers a speech to the Conference about conserving the ocean and the circular economy.
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Plastic Free July Oct 5
South Fremantle encouraging plastic bag alternatives - free made by local community members and cardboard boxes!
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Plastic Free July Oct 5
South Fremantle encouraging plastic bag alternatives - free made by local community members and cardboard boxes!
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Plastic Free July Oct 4
Thanks for letting us know!
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Plastic Free July Sep 30
Replying to @AdayTweets
It's economical too
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Plastic Free July Sep 30
Replying to @norfolkwren
In our experience everyone uses the scoops and tongs provided in store
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Plastic Free July Sep 28
Careful with those helium balloons — a Perth council has just banned them via
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Plastic Free July Sep 28
Taking your own reusable produce bags to bulk food stores means you can buy just what you need AND avoid the packaging!
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Two Hands Project Sep 26
A week long clean up and brand audit has exposed the brands responsible for plastic pollution in the Philippines....
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Plastic Free July Sep 25
A good start, even better to reduce and rethink packaging in the first place!
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