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Europagruppe GRÜNE 🇪🇺 31 Aug 18
The tide is turning irreversibly against ! 🌊 bids good-bye to free bags 👋🇺🇾💚 Who's next? It's time to end !
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Dr B Sundara 21 May 18
Replying to @PlanetVision
Sure, everywhere if customers use their own bags, cave drastically reduced.
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Plastic Free Monmouth Mar 23
Tip 18: Food shopping? Go prepared! Bring your own (clean) tubs for deli/seafood/meat/cheese to Marches deli, Neil Powell butchers, Hancocks butchers, Waitrose... A shocking 91% of plastic is only used once: Help to cut this !
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brain stoker Sep 26
Hey how much plastic do we throw out each day
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Holly 27 Apr 18
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Rhoda Twombly 14 Aug 18
Don't be part of the problem. Make sure no plastic goes over the side of your boat!
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Seeds&Chips 22 Aug 18
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Dr Daryl Burdon 8 Mar 18
If you are able, please help out with their beach clean at Fraisthorpe beach tomorrow (12:00-15:00)
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United Way Bengaluru Oct 1
is a movement wherein people pick up garbage while jogging or running to clean & help the environment. Click to read more about that will take place in 50 cities:
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💧 Hygieia Group Ltd Sep 25
FED UP OF YOUR KITCHEN CUPBOARDS LOOKING LIKE THIS? The I-clean mini is one bottle that does everything. Just fill up with tap water and use time and time again to clean!
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Lillian Connors 19 Jan 17
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MissGreenClean May 8
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Europagruppe GRÜNE 🇪🇺 20 Aug 18
It's time to end ! Did you know that half of the world’s plastic was created in the past 13 years & about half of that is thought to be for products used once & thrown away, such as bags, cups or straws?
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Rina M 25 Nov 17
CUT by buying the quantity you need ⚖️ Minimise
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Sailors for the Sea 30 Sep 16
We are lucky to hear talk about today! Check out her awesome research.
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Curt Chaffin 4 Sep 18
Replying to @alinterfaithpl
Yes! Plastic pollution is persistent, ugly, & a threat to our environment. We Alabamians have a role to play--to reduce our plastics use and clean up the land & water already polluted.
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Maureen Thompson 1 Jun 14
Can't donate $, donate time in your area! "If the oceans die, we die"
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CERIC-ERIC 20 Jul 17
An ocean voyage witnessing , to find out causes,consequences and potential solutions
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ecophiles 9 Jun 16
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Brett Reimers 28 May 17
When wedding shoots are environmental disasters.
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