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Eric Shahzar Nov 13
Australia has already started to test a network of drainage nets so that plastics and other pollutants do not reach rivers or sea. An initiative which Pakistan should follow?
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Frans Timmermans Oct 23
The science is beyond doubt and people want the EU to act. Today should vote to .
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Erik Solheim Oct 29
Excited to kickstart a new partnership between and the in Bali today. 250 organizations have signed a Global Commitment to eradicate plastic waste and pollution. Its time for a new normal!
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United Nations Nov 3
Plastic-busting fungi could help & green our world, a UN-backed report reveals.
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Eric Shahzar Oct 26
A UN report states that the Indus River has the second highest amount of plastic waste dumped into it at 164,332 tonnes! We need to change things ASAP
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Mohamad Safa Nov 2
Each one of us on an average, uses almost 2 plastic bags every day. Which we are using 650 plastic bags a year! 81 % of beach debris was plastic waste. It's time to ban single-use plastic. Together we can for
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Catherine McKenna 🇨🇦 Oct 25
Today, the Netherlands announced they were endorsing the Canada-led Ocean . With this move, they become the latest country to show environmental leadership and sign on to . Thanks for your hard work and support, Rutte.
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Afroz shah 8h
Week 161. Tete with students from Thakur college of law - Need to hug nature as we hug our loved ones. Recce at the mouth of Mithi River - This river needs our hug. We intend to Hug it tight and long - New love - New date
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Wondwosen (Wondy) Asnake Kibret Nov 13
Solving Microplastic Pollution? 1.Curtail single-use plastic items 2.Improve & strengthen recycling systems & rates 3.Break plastic down into its most basic units via
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Sustainable Sarah 9h
Do you know what the most commonly found items polluting our coast lines are? has identified them. Plus solutions you and I can take to stop them. Watch the full video here:
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UN Climate Change Nov 11
Products made to be used only once, such as straws, bags and bottles, are highly damaging to the environment. has chosen “single-use” as Word of the Year 2018, showing that awareness of plastic pollution is on the rise.
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UN Development Oct 28
Only 9% of plastic is recycled around the world. These women are upcycling to create jobs & in Mongolia.
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edward coppck Nov 12
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Mohamad Safa Oct 29
It’s just one straw... - said 8 billion people
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Olumide Adewuyi Oct 28
I have always wanted to . With my little exposure I created this plastic bin. Only for plastic bottles.
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UN Environment Oct 31
The power 💪 of nature to New report - fungi successfully degrades polyurethane in a matter of weeks.
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Clean Up Versova Oct 25
Week 158. Saturday - 27oct and Sunday - 28oct Beach Clean Up. Time - 8 am to 10 am Venue - Chai Coffee Entrance ,Versova Team Afroz shah . एक EARTH / एक OCEAN See u guys and girls ..💚💚
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António Guterres Oct 21
Every year, the world uses up to 5 trillion plastic bags. Only 9% of the 9 billion tonnes of plastic produced is recycled. Alternative packaging can help for .
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Liverpool WaterWitch Nov 13
We agree - Water Witch been in the thick of it for the last 50 year's cleaning up the mess and it felt like nobody wanted to hear the truth of what plastics are doing to our marine environment.
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Open Blue Nov 10
“Single-use" named ⁦⁦⁩ word of 2018 after 4 fold increase in concerns about sustainability. Perhaps a word we should work to get rid of by getting rid of ALL single use plastics ...
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