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breakfreefromplastic Aug 8
While reducing our own plastic consumption is important, holding big corporate polluters accountable is crucial if we want to . Join and let’s KEEP THE PRESSURE ON corporate polluters. SIGN UP 👉 📷: Jammy Ungab
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Greenpeace 4h
One thing is certain: the increase of PPE is adding another level to an already severe global waste issue. Let’s protect people and the planet during this global pandemic by choosing a reusable mask whenever possible.
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Oceana 20h
This coconut octopus shouldn't be carrying plastic. It's time to . Tell U.S. Congress to protect our oceans and pass the Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act:
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Oceana Philippines Aug 10
Last July, there was a series of sea turtle strandings in Bohol. What’s also alarming is that plastics were found inside some turtles. Single-use plastics don’t just pollute our oceans— they can kill marine animals too! | Photos:
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Oceana Aug 10
Coconut octopuses love collecting coconut shells to hide in. 🥥 These days, they sometimes end up grabbing plastic. Speak up now to support the first-of-its-kind legislation that would reduce single-use plastics entering our oceans:
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Zero Waste Youth NegOr Aug 11
Here are a few snippets by our inspiring and esteemed panel of speakers during the recent Story Of Plastic Post-Screening Forum.
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Greenpeace Aug 4
"Around 26,000 tonnes of plastic is generated per day in India, 10,000 of which is uncollected"
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Oceana Aug 9
A garbage truck's worth of plastic ends up in our oceans EVERY MINUTE. Sea turtles and other marine life often mistake plastic for food and suffocate on plastic debris. Use your voice to tell U.S. Congress it's time to today:
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breakfreefromplastic Aug 5
Annually, changemakers & allies perform a global audit of plastic waste from cleanups in order to hold the biggest corporate polluters accountable. This year, we'll KEEP THE PRESSURE ON with LEARN MORE 👉
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breakfreefromplastic Aug 11
Cleanups are NOT the ultimate solution. We must "The important message of this paper is that we can't keep polluting the oceans and hoping that technology will tidy up the mess," -- Dr Jesse F. Abrams, @Universityofexeter READ 👇
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Mike Hudema Aug 6
Nestle produced 1.7 million tonnes of plastics last year. That's the weight of 10,000 blue whales and that needs to stop. Time to .
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breakfreefromplastic Aug 7
in public to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Don't forget to make it ! 😉
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TRASH HERO IPOH 2h
We don’t inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children. 🌾
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Break-Free From Plastic Initiative Aug 8
The Amount of wood and paper we throw away is enough to heat 50 million homes for 20 years. Every tonne of paper that is recycled saves 17 trees.
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Greenpeace Aug 4
We need to wear masks to protect ourselves and each other from COVID-19, but we also need to ! So we asked the experts to weigh in on how to protect people and the planet during the pandemic. Are you part of the ?
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Divya Sri Aug 11
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breakfreefromplastic Aug 9
Replying to @brkfreeplastic
REVEAL, REDUCE, REDESIGN! These are our demands for the top corporate polluters. Join us for as we KEEP THE PRESSURE ON. It’s time they heed our call to and switch to reuse and refill systems. SIGN UP 👉
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sithara is staying inside (with kittens) 21h
so so excited to be on ‘s panel today, talking about ocean protection and all the work & have been doing to move away from single use plastics!
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breakfreefromplastic Aug 4
Feeling safer with disposable gloves? Health experts say washing hands with soap and water is the best method to protect ourselves, our families, and our communities. Protect people & planet by choosing to reuse, with simple steps 👉🏽
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Oceana Aug 6
“We know that we can't recycle our way out of the plastic crisis,” says Christy Leavitt, plastics campaign director at Oceana : Via:
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