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Plastic Menace Jul 12
Independence from plastics is a necessity – not just an act of goodness, and Maharashtra Govt realized it the hard way. Now the Maha Govt has finally shown the way that it is important to start the fight. Hope the other states do the same!
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Erik Solheim Jul 15
Norway’s deposit return scheme for plastic bottles and cans has been tremendously successful – 97% of all plastic drinks bottles are recycled. Lots of lessons here for countries around the world to
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Plastic Menace Jul 15
A recent global study revealed the real story behind that bottled pure-mineral-water that you always drink. Think about it next time you buy one!
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Ratika Singh Jul 16
Eco Warriors of GEMS Modern Academy join forces to . The project "Say No To Plastic Bags" aims to lessen use of plastic bags by collecting newspapers to make paper bags & distributing them to local shops.
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Afroz Shah 8m
Week 144 . Marine Debris Schedule . . 1. Friday . i. Beach Cleanup - 9 to 11 am . ii . Waste segregation/waste bank - 1 to 3 pm . 2. Saturday Beach Cleanup - 10 to 1 pm . 3. Sunday Beach Cleanup - 10 to 1 pm .
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Mahtab Haider Jul 15
How long does it take for the most common waste to degrade in the ocean? ● Cardboard: 2 weeks ● Newspaper: 6 weeks ● Styrofoam: 80 years ● Foam: 50 years ● Aluminum: 200 years ● Plastic : 400 years
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Climate Afri Jul 11
Funny indeed !!! A clear case of if you see someone littering from a moving vehicle, correct that person by throwing it back politely.
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Catherine McKenna 🇨🇦 Jul 5
Plastic pollution is choking our oceans. Today I’m excited to launch my tour -which will highlight how Canada is working to tackle this challenge. Follow along! 🌊
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Sadhguru Jul 17
May the people, authorities & all relevant stakeholders put their best foot forward in elimination of single-use plastic in India's largest state. –Sg
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Yolande Makolo 🇷🇼 Jul 12
No more plastic straws in our drinks at . We want to
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UN Environment Jul 9
The world has risen to the challenge to by playing tag! If you haven't joined yet, show us how you are taking action to reduce single-use plastic & tag three friends, asking them to do the same.
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Avinash Muduli Jul 16
Some more eco-friendly paper bags... & this time it's my momma's effort & love for nature, extremely thankful for her dedication... Very much inspired by
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Creative Products Jul 6
We're helping to with this week's . For your chance to a set of Aqua Save Watering Cones, Bird Hydration Set & Bird Feeder Kit, follow us, retweet and comment. Competition closes on Sunday 8 July at 11.59pm. Open to UK residents only.
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Mohamad Safa 23h
WHY YOU’RE STILL NOT BRINGING A REUSABLE MUG FOR YOUR DAILY COFFEE ☕️ 50% of the plastic we use, we use just once and throw away. So bring your to-go mug with you to the office, coffee shop, or restaurants is a great way to reduce lids & plastic cups.
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Erik Solheim 18h
This has been a year of tremendous progress to . Quick update from the Bahamas 🇧🇸 which is phasing out single-use plastics by 2020. Importantly, they’re also targeting styrofoam!
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Oceans Plastic Free Jul 17
This is tough. 😧 But we can . Help to raise awareness, share and start with . Vid by @sustainablecoastlinehawaii
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Mohamad Safa Jul 15
“There is no greater insight into the future than recognizing... when we save our oceans, we save our children.”
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Mohamad Safa Jul 15
Have you ever wondered where does the 8 Million tons of plastic enters our oceans really go? 100 Million sea mammals are killed each year from consuming plastic. Together we can reduce ocean pollution. Together we can achieve anything!
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Catherine McKenna 🇨🇦 Jul 5
This summer, my tour will bring you from coast to coast to coast, to learn about the impact plastic has on our oceans and waterways. I will be sharing photo, video and live content. Stay tuned on FB: Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park is my first stop!
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