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Lord Protector Jim H Mar 8
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forthecurious Mar 3
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Ange J Williamson🕷️ Nov 2
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City of Tampa Oct 30
THANK YOU for joining the movement! So far, they've eliminated all polystyrene, plastic straws/picks, & chose to-go containers made from recycled content. Strides like these help make our City & world a better place.
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Think Plastic Free Jan 19
First trip to today! Great to see so many people thinking about their plastic usage ♻️
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Sarah Perry Oct 25
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Hillsborough County Oct 31
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MWRD Oct 26
Are you not washing dishes, taking a shower or doing laundry? That’s great because we all need to reduce our use of water so local sewer systems have enough room to collect all this extra rain water. ☔️ 🌧 💨
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New Mexico Moms May 12
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Newtown Environmental Action Team (NEAT) Feb 18
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Overwhaleming Matters Nov 10
What is something you do on a daily basis to ?
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Arjun Mishra Oct 21
On average, each person uses 130kg of plastic a year. That’s more than the weight of a giant panda! 🐼 But many types of plastic that we use every day can easily be swapped out with eco-friendly options! Join us for as we explore how you can
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Town of Oliver Dec 5
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Kristen Chiera Dec 6
I have pledged to reduce my use of takeaway coffee cups and lids and single use plastic bags this summer. It’s about time to don't you think? via
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Tarun Bhandari Jul 9
United Nations General Assembly President Praises India's War On Plastic Pollution | News
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Rolly Lumbala 🙅🏾‍♂️ Dec 3
BC’s NATURAL GAS IS LIMITED! HELP ME TACKLE THIS ISSUE 😤
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Acomb School Council Jul 8
Great to see our teachers getting involved with reducing our use of plastic at school. Sandwiches in the fridge being wrapped up in our very own Beeswax wraps. 🌎🌿♻️👍🏻💚
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WWF_Australia May 2
Metal boxes that have been dragged around the ocean for over 85 years can tell us a lot about plastic...
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Ange J Williamson🕷️ Jun 17
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Rachel Moffett Dec 5
your single use makeup wipes are the only ads I see on right now. Your tiny, individually wrapped make-up wipes are only contributing to the packaging plastics problem in this world. They aren't that much smaller than the full size pack
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