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Sarajweb.com 5h
Good Morning Tweeple! It's Thursday. Do something great today.
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Ethic Marketplace Nov 10
Environmental consciousness is not just about caring what you buy, but helping to reduce impact. Here's a way you can help.
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Cath Bridgman Aug 21
Moving and decluttering is so much easier thanks to . You can get rid of a whole host of stuff that charities won't take as well. Live sustainably, reduce, reuse, recycle and repair!
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Agile Humanity Aug 7
Don’t’ hate the player, hate the game -> Understand the game, become a better player ✅ 🚀✨
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Kristy Kime Apr 11
On I support for the work they do to integrate sustainability into the culture and structure of and their commitment to reduce direct greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2040.
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Prescott Farm Oct 2
This is a pretty cool company in the UK working to reduce plastic waste. One purchase of the plastic bottles, then purchasing the soap concentrate that comes through the mail.
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Cheryl Leutjen Apr 25
Ordered these durable, reusable silicone bags to make it easier to avoid plastic (and lighter weight than glass).... and they arrived individually wrapped in plastic!! Grrr!
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Do It Green MN Oct 20
28 days! Our 2018 theme is . Share and reflect on your journey - what you’ve learned, the steps you’ve taken, and how you have expanded your community by living more sustainably.
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Inland Shrimp Co. Jan 3
If we all did at least 1 thing like she's doing the would be way better off !
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KarenMardelli Feb 27
This is LITERALLY all of : chickpeas, avocados, chocolate apricots, strawberries, coffee, wine! affects everything. But it's not too late. 12 foods that might soon be extinct via
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Grace kanyi Oct 27
For us to live a Happier,Healthier and Sustainable Lifestyle, we all need to adopt Environmentally sound Practices and Drive Impactful Environmental changes that influence Positive Environmental Actions.
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RegalSpringsTilapia Oct 17
🔌 Unplug electronics We’re used to turning off devices to save on the electric bill, but rarely think to unplug them. Phantom power can cost you over $100 annually.
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bokashi living 22 Nov 17
Replying to @DebErelene
Great work! The world needs more people like you :)
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The Frownfather Mar 1
Replying to @PParseyan
Man you just made a tweet with in it; these people are trying to do the same thing. Plastic infrastructure is still important but we have viable alternatives to fossil fuels. Oil is a non-renewable resource and we have to smartly allocate what we have left.
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Luke Rollason Sep 4
I love sustainability so much, I will be recycling my show Planet Earth 's London Design Festival pop up on the 22nd September!
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Small Dreams Oct 2
We are so excited to announce the winner of the Small Dreams Foundation Education Award! Congratulations to Stephen Lush SJES Farm2School More to come on his work in Scienhancement
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Olivia Watts Sep 21
Gutted I can’t be there today, wish I was! But I am off to clean up some water ways to help out the local wildlife 🍃
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It IS easy being green. Mar 30
Tomorrow (Demain) is a thought-provoking and uplifting film about living sustainably. I thoroughly recommend it.
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Keatsy 10 Dec 17
HELL YES to all the women dominating science and media in 💪🏼
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Stephanie J. 5h
Replying to @plasticpossible
1. Reuse 2. Repurpose 3. Recycle 4. Reduce waste 5. Remember others inherit our planet
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