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Joyce Msuya May 13
Almost every country in the world has agreed to stem the flow of plastic waste to poor countries. 👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾 Excellent outcome at the meetings of the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm conventions last week. Tremendous global commitment to
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UN GA President May 13
Just picked up my morning coffee ☕ on a rainy day. Excited to see the first plastic free cups at the . Change is not always easy, but I am proud of our colleagues and partners who have joined my campaign to .
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United Nations May 13
Don't just get angry when you see trash in the ocean & seas. There are simple actions you can take to help . Here is how:
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UN Environment May 10
1 million seabirds die from the effect of plastic every year. On , we are calling for action against the devastating effects of plastic pollution on migratory birds. Learn more:
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Director-General May 17
For the first time is included in a legally-binding framework! 180 states met in and agreed to amend the to make global trade in plastic waste more transparent and better regulated. .
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Catherine McKenna 🇨🇦 May 11
I'm always excited to see awesome examples of how we can go without single-use plastics, so I really loved seeing 's own today. They make this cool shampoo that doesn't need plastic bottles, and I'm definitely grabbing some!
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Sustainecominimal 15h
Thinking of reducing plastic? Don't know where to start? 👇
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Leah Namugerwa May 13
Smart girls are green girls. They care, protect, defend & love their environment President implement bag ban in Uganda.
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Play It Out Concert May 13
Protecting our island from plastic pollution secures a bright future for all Antiguans and Barbudans. Support the 2 Phase it Out Concert on June 1 at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium with
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Gershom Scribe 20h
There was a time when paper bags were blamed for destruction of millions of acres of trees, and plastic bags were the solution. Today paper bags are one best alternative to polyethylene bags! How to play this game??
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ASHISH SHRIVASTAVA 11h
We must all work together for Clean Seas! Join in the push to beat plastic pollution at the source:
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Karen 9h
Africa is leading the world in plastic bag bans ~
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EJF Deutschland 15h
David Attenborough warns: we ignore plastic at our peril.
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Michael Simire May 10
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#Greenisfuture May 16
How about total to single use plastic straws? While other plastics can possibly be recycled plastic straws are so tiny for sorting so billions of them end up in the ocean posing suffocation and death. By 2050 there will be more plastic than fish
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Roxanna Samii 13h
Kudos to the great continent of for leading the world in plastic bag bans. They sure know how to
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Kelly May 18
Another better reason why you should using plastic straws. I bought this soft drink from a local cafe, luckily I was using a glass. This is what I saw in the drink.
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Caribbean disaster May 18
Sad surprise indeed. Scientists in Brazil find first evidence of in Amazon basin freshwater fish. This is critical and shows the extent to which our waste is affecting wildlife )
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Afroz shah🐬 12h
Week 187 From Alibag with - young leaders of exceptional talent to Young leaders from slums of Filter pada - River Mithi. Wonderful Weekend Lots need to done to And we do it by cleaning and training people to adopt
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