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SPAR Western Cape Jul 2
. - Today is . Not a single plastic bag will be sold in any SPAR store in the Western Cape – instead, we’re giving away FREE brown paper shopping bags on July 3 only! It’s time to say NO to plastic.
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Dr. Joseph Mercola Jul 3
Here's what plastic waste does to our oceans:
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Molang Jul 3
Today is ! 🛍❌ You know it DOES matter. 🐢🌊
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Richard Barrow in Thailand 🇹🇭 🇬🇧 Jul 2
Tuesday is “International Plastic Bag Free Day”. We all have a part to play. Just say four simple words in Thai the next time someone tries to put your shopping in a plastic bag: ไม่ต้องใส่ถุง = Mai dtong sai toong
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UN Environment 3 Jul 17
Today is . Take action for & commit to fight this scourge on our oceans!
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The Maark Trendz Jul 3
if there is no , everything is fantastic.. .
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ifaw Jul 3
🌊Do we need any other reason to participate in ? 🌊
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Susan Goffe Jul 3
I was pleasantly surprised this evening to get a 5% discount on my groceries at . They offered this to customers who used their reusable HiLo shopping bags today, because today is . An unexpected reward!
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Greenpeace UK 3 Jul 17
It's 🐬 England's plastic bag use has dropped 85% since the charge!
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Shedd Aquarium Jul 3
Change your habits, change the world! By switching to a , you can reduce the impact of single-use plastics on animals like sea lion Ty, just in time for ! Explore different ways to pitch in:
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Woolworths GBJ 2 Jul 14
Today is We ask you to make an extra effort to remember your reusable when you shop today :)
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BirdLife Americas Jul 3
Today we celebrate 🚫 Did you know that it takes 500 years to degrade? Hence the importance of public policies that reduce and prohibit their use.
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Nepali Times Jul 2
Himalayan Life in Pokhara has been recycling plastic for reuse, all the while generating local jobs & reducing plastic waste. A brilliant example of social enterprise fostering local, applicable, practical skills.
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AaravSeth Jul 3
By 2050 there could be more plastic than fish in the sea.I support .Because plastic is not so fantastic. Let's spread awareness against the use of bags on this .
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Dia Mirza Jul 3
Each one us can and will make a big difference when we bring about lifestyle changes. Let’s . Let’s say
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Hasesha 1 Jul 16
A3: educate and create awareness to the public
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LƏW Jul 3
Factoid: Manufacturing plastic grocery bags uses so little energy and releases so little CO2 compared to the manufacture of cotton re-usable bags that you'd need to use the cotton bag +7000 times before it had a lower impact on the environment.
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Woolworths GBJ 3 Jul 14
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Caring Nature 2 Jul 17
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The Humane Society of the United States Jul 3
In June, 80+ plastic bags were found clogging the stomach of a small pilot whale that died in Thailand. To help reduce the death toll, use reusable shopping bags & securely store them so they’re not carried off by the wind — or curious critters.
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