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Amelia Womack Feb 15
Here's 14 tips to living for all of you who have been asking while preparing for . When I did a I found that being organised & substituting key items made the challenge easier than I expected - so here's some tips to help... (1/16)
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Greenpeace Feb 17
Are you trying to go this year?
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Precision Homes Feb 18
These students in Cameroon 🇨🇲 are turning discarded plastic bottles into boats.
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Blue Planet Society Feb 21
Mother Nature Says Stop Releasing Balloons
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Blue Planet Society Feb 23
UK to announce plastic straw ban
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Megan Feb 23
why can't i buy small cheap apples ? These are £1.39 per kg. Loose all more than £2 per kg
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Precision Homes 14h
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westbound wellies 13h
Baking my own bread instead of buying wrapped. I had all the ingredients in so why not!
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Oceanwire Feb 16
If it's plastic and forms a ring, please cut it before disposal. MT
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Sidmouth Plastic Warriors Feb 22
Love your stir fries but can't buy them any more as they're in non recyclable film
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Precision Homes Feb 22
By 2050, there will be more plastic in our oceans than fish. A solution is to take the plastic waste from the ocean and turn it into building blocks.
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Blue Planet Society Feb 17
From our timeline in the past week. YES, cutting plastic rings WILL save lives.
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Blue Planet Society Feb 23
We must value the plastic we already have, and use it responsibly
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Gina_ius 46m
From today's food shop - the fruit n veg wrapping
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Amy Ritchie Feb 18
Disappointing to see that are still selling in bulk, when there is so much evidence of how damaging they are, particularly to marine environments. This doesn’t stack up v well with their “env credentials” and will only drive demand! 🚫
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Kate Gamble Feb 22
Trying hard to reduce my Fruit and veg from local market stall, milk delivered in glass bottles from the milkman, cooked meat from the butcher in a paper bag and my first attempt at a wax wrap with from
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Katie Brennan 2h
v. useful tips for going today in 👌
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Precision Homes Feb 21
Cornwall Council commits to become single-use plastic free by 2020.
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Lincoln Friends of The Earth Feb 18
Curious about the costs of switching from a plastic straw to a biodegradable one, we did some research on behalf of our cities establishments to illustrate the difference...
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Reducing Rubbish Feb 18
All plastic packaging is technically recyclable BUT a tiny amount is actually being recycled (e.g. ). Regardless of the many reasons why it's clear we need to increase efforts to REDUCE and REUSE.
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