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Oceana Sep 18
It's easy to see how sea turtles mistake plastic bags for jellyfish. It's time to and REDUCE the amount of plastic being produced. Take the pledge:
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Rebecca Herbert Sep 13
😑 SHOCKING πŸ˜₯ A video taken by environmentalist Martin Hutchinson showing truck loads of waste, including a lot of plastic being deliberately dumped into a tributary of the Amazon river in Peru.
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Greenpeace Sep 14
Plastic is not only polluting our planet and threatening wildlife and human health, it's also propping up the oil industry which is a major contributor to the This is one way we can fight back.
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Mike Hudema 2h
The in the Pacific Ocean is now 3 times the size of France. This Let's buy less not more.
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Oceana Sep 14
Here are 7 single-use plastics you can easily stop using RIGHT NOW!
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Chepkorir S. 7h
As you continue to use unnecessary plastics and throw them into the sea, just know, in one way or another, they'll find their way into your body too.
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Oceana 18h
Humans are consuming an alarming amount of plastics that leak into the environment and eventually end up on our tables. Learn how you can :
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Rebecca Herbert Sep 13
πŸ‘‰ This is a collateral damage that these communities are used to live. Because of the irresponsibility of the people of San AndrΓ©s Itzapa. when the rainy season comes the trash goes down to all these sectors.
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Tammy Moulton 17h
World clean up day on the beach in California.
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breakfreefromplastic Sep 20
We joining the in Brussels, and members are out all over the world. 🌎 ✊ Plastic pollution is part of the climate crisis and zero waste is part of the solution.
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breakfreefromplastic Sep 17
We don't need alternatives. We need reduction. British lawmakers warn that replacing plastic with alternatives is not the solution. The SOLUTION is ♻️
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HS Manufacturing Group Sep 20
Let's all be part of the solution NOT pollution!
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Oceana Sep 16
Our oceans are being filled and killed by throwaway plastics. With your help, we can create a movement to reduce throwaway plastic at the source and save our oceans. Are you ready to ?
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maimuna siraji twaha Sep 21
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breakfreefromplastic Sep 21
The is underway around the world! 🌍 Are you taking part?
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breakfreefromplastic Sep 18
Despite the Basel Convention stipulating that plastic waste trades require consent of receiving countries, environmental injustice continues to occur.
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HS Manufacturing Group Sep 20
Seven tons of marine plastic pollution from the distant beach of Arnhem Land. We need to change and prevent anymore pollution in our Oceans! Visit our website to learn more about our technology!
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The Story of Stuff Project Sep 18
Can you afford to be if you have limited resources?
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breakfreefromplastic Sep 21
Through its initiative, members of the movement have collectively organized over 700 brand audits in 84 countries to identify the brands responsible for the plastic pollution!
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#WorldCleanUpDayKenya 7h
World Cleanup Day is not just about cleaning. It's also about collecting useful data that can guide future waste management practices such as the source of waste and weight of waste.
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