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Oceana 11h
Plastic smells like food to seabirds, causing them to get a beak full of plastic instead of krill. It's time to :
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Oceana Jun 13
Many U.S. cities aren't accepting certain recyclables anymore. Is your city one of them? Recycling isn't the answer to our plastics problem. It's time to once and for all:
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Oceana Jun 8
There are approximately 5 TRILLION pieces weighing 250,000 metric tons afloat in the ocean. Our oceans need us to before there are more plastics than fish:
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Greenpeace Jun 12
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Greenpeace Jun 8
Our plastic problem is out of control. The oceans deserve better.
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Greenpeace Jun 13
The global history of plastic waste: ▪️Produced: 6.3 billion tonnes ▪️Recycled: 9% ▪️Incinerated: 12% ▪️Landfill or elsewhere: 79%⚠️ To solve this crisis, we must hold big corporations accountable for the plastic waste they produce!
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Oceana Canada 10h
A market in Vancouver is trying to “shame” customers off plastics by handing them groceries in joke plastic bags – and it’s working!
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Mike Hudema Jun 10
The in the Pacific Ocean is now 3 times the size of France. This Let's buy less not more.
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Greenpeace Jun 14
Remember your first toothbrush? It’s probably still out there somewhere. We MUST change the way we live our lives. For our sake, and for the sake of all other beings who live on this planet. Join the movement to >>>
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GoPiKa Jun 14
Observing how much plastic we use and discard each day may help us realise that we are so dependant on it. And the next time we try to bring more unnecessary plastic home we may stop to think and ask ourselves 'Is it really worth it?'.
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Food & Water Watch Jun 13
Shocking new study finds that we are consuming around 2,000 microscopic pieces of plastic each week. For our health & environment, we need to !
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Troy Swope Jun 14
ICYMI: Plastic is Killing Our Oceans and Us Learn about what's happening to all our plastic and why recycling can't be the only answer:
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Plastic Pollutes Jun 8
There’s more to that straw than meets the eye. Almost all plastic comes from fossil fuels, meaning that plastic is a problem long before it reaches the ocean. This , let’s AND Big Oil! Learn more:
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Greenpeace Jun 11
We can’t recycle our way out of the plastic pollution crisis. We have to ! (via )
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Aida Greenbury 🌱 16h
Unbelievable. “Developed countries” including the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and UK smuggled their domestic plastic waste into the imported paper waste to be recycled in Indonesia. Take your plastic trash back!
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Greenpeace Jun 13
Replying to @Nestle
Tell companies like to stop producing single-use plastic and immediately start shifting toward systems of refill and reuse!
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Greenpeace Jun 12
Every animal the researchers found were loaded with microplastic 🙁
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Tasha Roa 12m
Sick of over-packaged food in your weekly shop? Ask your Canada’s major supermarkets to ditch the plastic packaging and help curb plastic pollution >>
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Greenpeace Jun 11
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Litter-Free Kenya 18h
Today I pledge to keep my waste in my hand or bag till It is binned inside a designated litter bin. Free
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