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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Jun 23
It's amazing to hear about all the changes so many of you are making to reduce the amount of in your lives. But who feels like we need help from big business too? And fast?
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Jun 17
What🌟DIY Dazzler Tips🌟have you got for reducing the use of in your homes? Reply below and let us know!
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Jun 24
We’ve had enough of so much unnecessary packaging all over our supermarket shopping. So supermarkets, this is ! Watch episode 3 of TONIGHT at 9pm to find out more. RT and let’s spread this message far and wide!
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WWF 🐼 Jun 17
Replying to @WWF
The crisis is so severe, people could be ingesting around 5 grams of plastic every week on average - similar to the weight of a credit card! Tell world leaders to act NOW.
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Prof Peter Strachan 10h
Must Read: The Costs of "In 2019, production & incineration will add over 850m metric tons of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere — equivalent to the emissions from 189 -fired power plants"
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Jun 17
Scientists have found tiny plastic fibres in the air & we ARE breathing them in. The consequences for our health are not yet known, research is only just starting & will take time. But we can’t wait any longer before taking action on ! More next week in ep3!
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A Plastic Planet Jun 24
Humans have made 8.3bn tons of since 1950. This is the illustrated story of where it's gone
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WildAid Jun 18
waste:21 Terrifying Photos Of Plastic Waste From Around The World
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Sumu Elahi 🇪🇺 Jun 17
It’s horrible!!! waves!!! We have to fight against this harmful and appeal 2 ban it immediately to & . Also every state should improve & -reduction system() to beat the
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Just One Ocean Jun 17
This is a quite shocking report. Time to clean up our act and take responsibility for our waste. We need a strategic plan now followed quickly with some serious investment in management across the globe.
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr Jun 16
Globally, we are ingesting an average of 5 grams of every week, the equivalent of a credit card. This plastic contamination comes from "microplastics," which are making their way into our food, drinking water and even the air.
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RippleZoo Jun 17
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Jun 18
The could do a lot more to reduce . A policy to follow the Food and Farming awards and remove water bottles from ALL BBC events would be one priority. Removing the plastic tat from magazine another.
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Sofia 36m
How much bigger you guys think I need go?
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Jun 24
“The focus has to be on reducing how much we’re making. That is missing from the conversation and yet it’s an essential part of dealing with the crisis” –
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Joanna Blythman Jun 24
From the market, gooseberries in biodegradable carton. Supermarkets? No gooseberries and a sea of
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World Economic Forum Jun 18
Our problem is out of control. Here’s how we can fight it
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Critical Reading 17h
We are burying the planet in
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Advanced Water Softeners Jun 20
Ditch the WIN a Runbott reusable bottle worth £25. Simply follow us & retweet & we will randomly pick 10 people to win. UK mainland only, no cash alternative.
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Wasteframes Jun 24
in marriage halls: BBMP to crack the whip
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