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International Day of Conscience Jul 5
to protect oceans, so we can fresh sea breeze. Let’s tackle the threat of with ! Goal 14
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Afroz shah Jul 1
Fresh Vegetable purchase for 40 families - 200 people. All without - any single use plastic. Throw and use culture out. Garbage free life. My country India gives such an easy way for us to adopt circular economy .
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Steve Waldron 7h
Everyone should watch this. Shocking how many discarded masks and gloves have ended up in our rivers, seas & oceans across the globe. BBC News - Coronavirus: 'The masks you throw away could end up killing a whale'
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Dia Mirza Jun 29
Good news! “Amazon India scraps single-use plastic in packaging across centers. “ ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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CleanEarth Jul 6
The garbage patch in Pacific Ocean contains 1.8 trillion pieces of plastic. What do you do to cut down on plastic waste?
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⛔️IBRAHIM Muhammad S.🇳🇬 Jul 2
What do you say to the mall that puts your shopping in plastic bag? Not today! Today is . There's more we can do to go -free at home and in our communities 👉
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Reena Yadav Jul 2
Plastic bag, no thanks! 🙅 Did you know that plastic can stay in the environment for up to 1,000 years!?! 😱 It’s a serious threat to our oceans, lakes and rivers. 🌊 On this , discover how you can do your part to help
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Des Farrand 2h
Rayer is absolutely right, humans managed without plastic bottles for most of our history. A change of mind-set needed, and frankly the big cola companies should both rethink the use and pay for the big clean up.
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UN Development Jul 4
On , meet the Chimu people of Peru🇵🇪. They weave reeds to build islands that float on . They're combining traditions to innovate and :
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Homeandkitchenofficial Jul 5
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Satin Finserv Jul 2
The International Plastic Bag Free Day is a unique opportunity to spread the word that a plastic bag free world is possible and that sound environmental alternatives to single use plastic bags are available.
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Kellie La-Belle Jul 2
Our walk this evening with beautiful sky and sea. We did a beach clean along our way..picked up the usual..cans, plastic, string, odd sock and shoe but this really got to me..stark reminder
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ClimateRealityAfrica Jul 1
Will you join our tribe? Use our free digital action toolkit to sign up and unlock the weekly challenges. Take the lead on climate with us to 👉
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#LetMeBreathe ™ 😷 Jun 30
Big news: has announced that it has eliminated all single-use plastic in packaging originating from its 50-plus fulfilment centres in the country 👇
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Dorcas Wakio Jul 2
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RecyclePoints ♻️ Jul 2
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aquavitallc Jul 7
Here is a simple word cloud that explains our solution
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CleanEarth Jul 6
A small change in daily habits can create a big change for our sea and mountains. Switch to reusables.
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Antoinette Taus Jun 30
Missing the oh so much...💙🇵🇭 Our ocean is suffering in so many ways and one of them is due to all of our .🥺 Learn how you can help via the link below.🌊 SEE FULL POST:
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Fidele Jul 6
straw : Responsible consumption and production In order to , we first need to change our habits Refuse plastic made items or buy reusable ones
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