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Precision Homes May 13
The plastic pollution patch in the Pacific Ocean is three times the size of France - containing 1.8 trillion pieces of plastic.
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A Plastic Planet May 15
Thanks to for the photo. We saw it reported and now here it is at . We’re also monitoring the trial at Guiseley. In 2017 they called us crazy - 1 year later at least 4 UK retailers are moving towards . BUT VERY SLOWLY 🐌🐢🐌
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esha j May 20
Vancouver is the major Canadian city to implement a province wide ban on many plastic products. Should other provincial governments follow in VAN's footsteps and work towards being by 2040 too? All of the regulations seem reasonable...
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Precision Homes May 18
Norway 🇳🇴 recycles an incredible 96% of its plastic bottles.
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Plastic Free Jersey May 22
Today is . Be prepared and pack your cutlery, reusable coffee cup and water bottle 🍴☕🍶
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Precision Homes May 18
Guatemala 🇬🇹 is stopping waste from entering the sea by using biofence barriers. A great invention to help clean up polluted seas and oceans.
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CIS (UK) Ltd May 18
The water bottle that decomposes after you finish drinking from it.
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Trev Killick May 20
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Precision Homes May 18
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Ponthir CiW School May 21
Captain Planet and his Year 2 Planeteers are busy - asking for help to reduce the amount of plastic we use in school.
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Shelbie Nelson May 20
Going really isn’t that difficult. I got this set of utensils on amazon for $9 & the straw (in a pack of 5) for $10. The fact that I will no longer be contributing to plastic waste in oceans & on land feels so good. On my way to !
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Helen-EthicalAdviser May 20
It’s World Bee day 🐝 and some of us started a tidy up of wildlife garden at Water Tower Gardens - - complete with Picnic - hard work in the heat, plus Bee counting
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Nada May 19
Big news! Building inspection - check! Wishing you all a happy long weekend - for us, it's MOVE IN TIME!
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Be Richmond May 18
Just over a month until our inaugural stand up event from Kew Bridge to Richmond. Join an army of paddleboarders collecting plastic along the way for a riverside. All abilities welcome, sign up today 👉
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Blue Planet Society May 21
"In the marine environment, balloons are unlike any other form of human waste – they mimic marine food” which means they “end up in the stomachs of seabirds, turtles, whales and dolphins"
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Kate Huebner May 21
How are you changing your lifestyle to be today? I am going to use more mason jars to hold bulk items instead of buying foodstuff in plastic bags from now on.
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Plastic Free Perthshire 1h
If only coconuts had some sort of natural, "genuine" protective layer... Oh wait. Come on , what's genuine about a -choked coconut?! Customers want to go !
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Brent Toderian 14h
Replying to @NatGeo
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Blue Planet Society 2h
We need an official name for plastic pollution that carries a corporate logo. Any ideas - crapvertising?
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Marc Roseblade May 20
My name is Marc & I'm a choc-o-holic. My quest. Find without covering. What I found. Munchies, Smarties, Galaxy & Toberlone. Additional quest. free. So the winner for all my future chocolate purchases is..
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