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bethechange Jul 17
8 MILLION METRIC TONNES of plastic is dumped into the ocean every year. Enough to cover every foot of coastline on the planet. We need to reduce our use of plastic before it’s too late
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Natalie Bennett Jul 13
We should be thinking about banning the use of the word "recycleable" in advertising. It does not mean "going to be recycled". Or even that you actually can.
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Joanna Cooke Jul 10
The gift shop at seems more than a bit at odds with their message
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Wild Nature Jul 14
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Chang H. KIM Jul 11
Replying to @tveitdal
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payal kapoor Jul 11
Whale sculpture made from plastic waste, Budapest
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Circular Economy EU Jul 10
The just got a little smaller. Activists just took 40 tonnes of out of the Pacific Ocean.
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Geography made easy Jul 8
It looks like a tropical paradise right? Well your wrong ... watch as the surfer in just keeps pulling plastic from just under the surface till the surfboard is full
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Mike Hudema 21h
Nestlé is a Plastic Monster. In 2018 Nestlé produced 1.7 million tonnes of plastic packaging — that's a 13% increase from 2017 and that needs to stop! Time to end .
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The Beaverton Jul 14
Quick-thinking beachgoers save Elizabeth May trapped in plastic six ring pack
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Sohil Beniwal 7h
Candy wrappers found at Mariana Trench, one of the deepest point in the world. Plastic waste has reached epidemic proportions in the world oceans.
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Unilever Jul 17
When it comes to household and beauty products, most people throw away or recycle the empty bottle. But what if it could be reused over and over again, dramatically cutting in the first place? We’re working on exactly that
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Chemical Quality X Jul 16
A research group led by Washington State University scientists finds a way to turn products into jet fuel
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ENoLL 1h
🔛🔛Seli-finalists practicing their pitching skills at the Academy before our "dragons" panel.👏👏 90seconds to sell their products and services to reduce ♻️♻️
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Seònaid Lafferty 5h
I’m confused as to why we even need .
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Eleanor Grant Jul 13
Pleased to see that Tim Hortons at Conestoga Mall doesn't hand you a plastic straw. Most ppl still take one, but I usually have some spare ones with me. You can reuse them many times.
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Harshit Gulati Jul 17
Just purchased a pack of environment friendly glasses and it came in a Plastic wrapper🤨
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The Quote Today 7h
Human stupidity in just one image.
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St Martin's Science 20h
What an incredible and unique collection of projects created by a talented year 8 class helping bring to light the problem with plastics!! Thank you year 8 and Miss Burgess!!!
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Stephanie Wall 17h
When I asked to pack my shopping without plastic bags, I wasn’t expecting every single fresh item to be packed in a plastic bag... perhaps take a leaf out of ‘s book and use a paper bag if you need one at all
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