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Debbie Levin May 14
RT if you agree: We must stop treating our rivers, lakes, and oceans like global garbage cans.
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Nicoletta Primo May 19
Yes, there's an avocado in there somewhere. What is the NEED for all this packaging ?
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Enviro. Media Assoc. May 15
😳. Graphic via Sustainable Corner.
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EU Council Press 7h
The adopted new rules which ban certain single-use items and aim to reduce and . Press release:
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Debbie Levin May 18
RT if you agree: Our convenience shouldn’t come at the expense of our planet and animals.
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Kevin Pluck 🇳🇿 2h
Nude food causes massive sales spike
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Liz Bonnin May 20
“Petrochemical and plastic industries plan massive expansion in production.” This is astounding. The planet’s health is failing in front of our very eyes. Have we learnt nothing?
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MelissaJayne xoxo💋 May 15
Say no to plastic single use bags... if you want to use plastic try using a proper handbag made from plastic & make sure before purchasing that you will definitely keep reusing it! Or just buy a tote even better!🌏
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Blue Planet Society 19h
Stomach of young sperm whale "completely full, swollen with plastic".
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Little Green Space 🐝 May 18
Plastic cutlery, cotton buds, straws... the EU is banning single-use plastic consumer items from 2021, to tackle that's ruining oceans, beaches and landscapes, doesn't biodegrade, and often never gets recycled
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Monty Dogge May 15
Replying to @AXAUK @AXAResearchFund
We are doing free school visits to share our book which is a gentle introduction to
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ap May 16
This video was made for my science project, but Let’s Start Talking.
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Natalie Bennett May 19
"Recycleable" does not mean "going to be recycled". demands an end to most single-use plastic. is choking the planet & using up its resources
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Blue Planet Society May 16
On the beaches of the tiny Cocos (Keeling) Islands, population 600, marine scientists found 977,000 shoes and 373,000 toothbrushes.
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Rethink Plastic 7h
Congratulations for formally adopting the directive!! 🙌 🥳 Now, time for implementation! Who will be the champion of curbing in Europe?
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The Forest Distillery May 20
We’ve ditched plastic packaging! 💚💚💚 These beautiful little creations by our friends @flexi_hex are compostable, recyclable, and contain ZERO plastics!
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ETIA May 20
Focus on the together with . See us live on the Télématin in France-2 👉🏻
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Anthea Chan May 19
Appreciating art made of recycled plastic 🌎🐙
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My plastic reducing mission! May 19
Have been telling my friend this for months! Just making little changes will add up to big changes!
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Katherine Shayne May 18
When I travel to study , many times I come across traditions remaining but materials changing. This is a picture of pile of waste, mostly plastic, from an informal fishing comm. It’s actively burned on the beach, b/c there isn’t another option for waste mngmt.
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