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Pattie Guck 4h
We ❤️ being Cafes.. our containers & cups are plant based and lunch trays are made from 100% recycled materials and all are compostable!!
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tayla sunshine ☀️ 4h
“In the United States, we throw away 2.5 million plastic bottles every hour — about 42,000 per minute, or about 695 per second.” - Rubicon Global. I saw this on Google and... 🙈🙈🙈 Those numbers are terrifying. always.
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RYAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL BANNERGHATTA 14h
Best Out Of Waste competition- Students used their creativity to recycle and turn waste into something useful. This activity helped the students realise the importance of the 3 R’s.
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ECOtionally Jun 14
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OWMA 18h
Northwestern Ontario municipalities to study own ways of reducing plastic garbage (CBC)
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DuZaBiiT. Jun 12
3 months strong without never felt better 💪🏾💪🏾💯 if your trying to here's a to help Raise your
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Donna Zimmer 22m
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Devon Early Years & Childcare Service 24h
Help Clarks to do even more. Bring your used or unwanted shoes to any UK Clarks store and they will re home them and make a donation to Unicef.
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Bello Sakeenat 13h
Let go green... Say No To Deforestation.
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Marine Latham 19h
Great start for Michelin and Symbior project for one of the largest Michelin tires plants in and even in the world in a next future! Symbior is proud to have our system help Michelin costs & emissions with no upfront investment.
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Artist/Textiles 13h
Magical tour... sorry you missed me? I'm trying to make a difference.
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Sustainable Surrey UK 15h
A great example of and being organised 💚
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Forth Valley Communities for Conservation 2h
Forth Valley Communities for Conservation Project Coordinator, Elaine Hill, delivered a very informative Carbon Conversation session at our staff, volunteer and board members learning day.
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It IS easy being green. Jun 12
The BBC’s is such frustrating viewing. Well done for persisting, “reviewing” and “looking into” this is NOT enough, stop using unnecessary plastic and make loose fruit and veg cheaper to show you actually care!
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WHS Technology Jun 16
A great idea, make sure you do your bit:
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Max Recycle 15h
This quote makes an excellent point.
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ReduceWasteNow 12h
“To avoid catastrophe, according to the [Australian] report, we’ll need to global by as much as 40 percent by 2030.” NRDC, 2019
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OPTEC 12h
Once the renewable infrastructure is built, the fuel is free forever. Unlike carbon-based fuels, the wind, the sun and the earth itself provide fuel that is free in amounts that are effectively limitless.
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Fiona Beaty 7h
So pumped is doing this amazing work! Such a great way to plastic consumption in UBC's labs!
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Barbara Wortham 13h
A couple of days ago I took the time to go through all of my social media accounts and hide all ads for cosmetic products and clothes. It honestly has reduced my urge to spend a lot of money on things I dont need! could have predicted it I guess, but whoa
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