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Nestlé Sep 10
We are phasing out all plastics that are non-recyclable or hard to recycle for all our products worldwide by 2025, as we work towards a waste-free future. Find out more:
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Dani Córdoba 8h
Replying to @LADANI_C
2) Reusing products will replace the energy efficiency or eco-design of new products? (E.g. in case of electricity consuming products such as whitegoods).
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CatherineE_Barrett 10h
This summer we introduced and to our local coastal community events that discussed and . Looking forward to working on more actions around our
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Vincent Lecomte 19h
Banning will bring some relief to our already-inundated planet. Follow ’s lead as they ban 6 of these plastics on 2 October, the 150th anniversary of Gandhi’s birth. Contributing to
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#2030Agenda #tagcoding 2h
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Shallan Sep 16
Our food chain is not sustainable. If humanity has to survive next few decades it's important to rethink how we produce, distribute and consume food. We need to do it in a way that makes sense economically.
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UN Geneva Sep 14
Beauty and taste are on the inside❗️ Find out why loving ugly fruit and vegetables is good for the environment, the economy and a world! 👉
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Nestlé Sep 10
We've partnered with to build a fully reusable packaging 'Loop' in the US market – one of a long series of concrete steps taken to tackle plastic waste. Find out more
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Nestlé Sep 11
We’re transforming how we think about packaging - that means also alternative materials! We've created the Institute of Packaging Sciences, where innovation meets sustainability. Read more:
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Bhavna Mathew Sep 16
ES Ss read an article and shared their thoughts using the 'Red Light' strategy: 3things I'll 🚫 doing, 2things I'll CONTINUE to do , 1thing I'll ✅ doing👍
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CRB 1h
"Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little" - Edmund Burke Here's a beginners guide towards a zero waste life. Start acting today! Image courtesy: The Ecofriendly Guide
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Global Goals Jam Sep 16
final sprint in this weekend - see their to tackle waste
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Positive Impact Sep 16
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HORTI-GREEN Project 22h
Be an informed consumer 🧐 and go for (real) sustainable products 🌍💚. Take action, you can be the change ✊
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Lefteris Heretakis ⭐ 11h
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Roberto Flore Sep 17
Excited to be part of the working group for Innovation and SME’s of the Danish Ministry of Environment and Food ‘s Think Tank. The project aims to develop initiatives and innovative projects that focus on reducing food waste and food loss across the value chain.
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50by40_org Sep 16
RT : We're excited to share that will deliver keynote remarks at event Sept 24 in , where Champions will announce big devts toward halving . Register here
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Ellie Sep 14
Amazing to see the work these students put into this project. Great way to raise awareness of in a school community. They have the empathy and I’m looking forward to hearing about the impact this has on the community.
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Martha 11h
Really fun and inspiring event tonight, first for the brand new Edinburgh hub. Great job & crew . Personal focus: continue the Walsh assault on target 12.3, reducing food waste.
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UN Library at Geneva 16h
is our next guest for a @TheLibrary on Monday 26 September! Don't miss out and come listen to him share his life engagement for biodiversity and discuss why the arctic matters. Registration and more info:
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