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Boomerang Alliance Aug 12
Unearthed this harrowing clip of a beached Brydes whale choking to death on a Cairns beach after ingesting 6 sq metres of plastic shopping bags. The additional tragedy - this was 9 YEARS AGO. And we're STILL not free nation. When will enough be enough??
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A Plastic Planet Aug 13
proposes ban By 1st January 2025 plastic carrier bag packaging at sales outlets should be replaced by cardboard, paper or other natural fibre and biomaterials.
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PianoMan Aug 5
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Alvaro Dols 1h
What really happens to the plastic you throw away?
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anais auvray 3h
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Boomerang Alliance 5h
BA's Jayne Paramor discusses the plastic bag supermarket debacle last month in the lead up to the Coles fiasco with or China Global Television Network
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Wild Volunteers 14h
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Amico Packaging Leicester Ltd 19h
We sell great quality polythene pinch and pull butcher bags which are ideal for packing items such as meat, poultry, fish and sea food. They are commonly used by butchers, fishmongers and bakeries! 🍗🍤🐠
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VWS Software Aug 13
Could you keep your to one a week? Mother reveals how she managed to drastically reduce her family's rubbish (with the help of and a )
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Kim Lorio Aug 13
must not accept those packaged like .. to adapt the to the bread, NOT adapting the bread to the plastic .. no good for the no good for in general
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Rhonda Sherwood Aug 12
Another on the beach. When will ban bags?
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XceL Aug 12
“Let’s work together to save the Earth” they said
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universal_peace_initiative Aug 12
Just went shopping for our burgers meal. Found Vegan Mayonaise and using backpack instead of to make an impact on our society. Be make small to promote . Always start with yourself!
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I spy a Bag Aug 11
Thank you for your mention & great article
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jp evermore Aug 10
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World Ocean Obsrvtry Aug 10
Big win for the ! Today's ban announcement from is a great step toward ending the ≈2billion single-use bags that clog communities, coasts, landfills & ea year. We need more of this and now, but let's take a moment to celebrate!
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Dr Rebecca Altman Aug 10
When researching this essay on the , I realized the bag was the convergence of 3 innovations: the invention of polyethylene + the design of the all-in-one handled carrier bag. But the most impactful was the social invention of disposability.
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Pitty Aug 9
Our home is girt by tea.
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Uijung Kim Aug 9
New die-cut sticker ideas 💡 Sad plastic bag with traffic cone.😢
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NZ Skeptics Aug 8
Replying to @NZSkeptics
Remember to bring your reusable shopping bags to avoid yōkai-possessed plastic bag suffocation incidents. Safer communities together.
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