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UN Environment 3h
Fighting plastic pollution starts at school! We want schools & youth groups worldwide to help us & participate in our Back to School Plastic Challenge. Learn more 👉
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Minister C. McKenna 7h
Looking forward to discussions on , and ways to at the Environment Ministers meeting this week!
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Catherine McKenna 🇨🇦 Sep 17
That's right! Launched in schools across Canada today, the new Ocean Plastics Education Kit will allow students to learn about the causes of, and solutions to, plastic pollution. With their help, we can !
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Catherine McKenna 🇨🇦 1h
Our youths’ voice is an important one! We need you to help us with
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Minister C. McKenna Sep 17
Canada is working with partners around the world to protect our from plastic waste. This week, Canada will welcome Environment, Oceans and Energy Ministers to , to work together to .
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Catherine McKenna 🇨🇦 5h
Between ministerial sessions this morning, and I met to discuss the Ocean , opportunities for innovation, and the good environmental work Norway has been doing. Working together, we can .
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EU in the US 36m
Did you know that more than 17 billion pounds of plastic enters every year? Are you to ? Join us on the shores of the Anacostia River on 10/13 with ! Sign up ➡️
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EnvironmentalDefence Sep 18
This week Environment Ministers meet in to discuss the global crisis - but we don't even have a national strategy yet. SHARE the video and ask our govt for action!
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Catherine McKenna 🇨🇦 Sep 17
Surprise! This morning, and I spoke to students in classrooms across Canada, from coast to coast to coast, about the new Ocean Plastics Education Kit and the work schools are already doing to . What a fun way to start week!
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Karina Gould 3h
Today kicks off the G7 Environment, Energy & Oceans Ministers meeting in Halifax. We will continue to fight climate change, reduce plastic pollution & improve the health of our oceans, so that our planet can be healthier & cleaner for our kids.
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Afroz shah Sep 14
Week 152 . . Our celebrations of festival is unique and lovely . We Work hard for 5 hrs in the night and 2 hrs in the morning . That's the bare minimum we do to show our love for mother nature .
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Erik Solheim Sep 14
Simply tragic. Australian scientists have found that half of the dead baby turtles they examined, had stomachs full of plastic
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Catherine McKenna 🇨🇦 Sep 15
Plastic pollution is choking our oceans, lakes, and rivers. Before next week’s , I was happy to join the Great Canadian at Iona Beach for Day and was very pleased to see so many there despite the rain!
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Erik Solheim Sep 17
Companies are moving past single-use plastic and towards innovation!
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UN Environment Sep 17
According to a new study 1/2 dead baby turtles have plastic found in their stomachs. We must to protect marine life and ensure 🌊🐢
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Catherine McKenna 🇨🇦 Sep 13
I’ve had an amazing day here in California! I spoke with people from around the world about how we need to work together, take action on climate change, and protect our . Canada is leading the charge and I am so proud.
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Meanwhile in Canada 6h
30+ countries regulate single-use plastic bags with bans or levies. NOT Canada. France & others ban plastic cups, plates + cutlery. NOT Canada. U.K. & others ban plastic straws, stirrers + plastic-stemmed cotton swabs. NOT Canada Let's see action
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Sudarsan Pattnaik Sep 12
Happy :My 20ft long SandArt of Lord at Puri beach , Odisha with message . to save our Earth.
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HealthyOceans 2h
The scale of plastic consumption and its associated negative effects on our oceans is mind boggling. We need changes on a massive scale to change regulations, production and the recycling of plastics to
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