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WWF 🐼 Nov 21
115 plastic drinking cups 🥤 Four plastic bottles 🍼 25 plastic bags 🛍️ Two sandals 👡 This is the contents found in a dead sperm whale washed ashore in Indonesia yesterday. We must stop plastics from entering our oceans.
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Ocean Sentinels Feb 14
This get ready to with single use
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#SML Feb 6
Help us save marine life now!
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Sara Malik Aug 30
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caliwestco Feb 8
Sting rays are just one of the many creatures our ocean has to offer! Join us in helping protect them and other marine life! . . . . 📸:…
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Zachary Merrick Jan 30
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TAWIL Jul 11
11:11.. I wish that there’ll be no more plastics floating on the ocean.
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We Can We Will Jan 19
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Bethany W. Feb 8
I admit it, I judge people who buy bottled water.
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Cabarrus Co. Schools Mar 28
Global Inquiry and Design students at WHES are displaying their endangered marine animal projects throughout the school. The halls and walls are adorned with 220 recycled plastic jellyfish, 41 paper mache sea turtles and 90 endangered animal posters! 🐢🌊💚🐳
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Manal Jul 10
First achievement on my journey to reduce plastic from our lives: Convinced people in my lab to carry their own cups for beverages and don't demand straws. Hope they stay true to their word.
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Enactus UoE Jun 16
Where passion meets innovation ,, Power team! We are providing solutions to global challenges.
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Mariya Naveed Sep 28
about 3 days ago visited seaview ..it was quite harsh feeling to see these dead fishes and smelly atmosphere. Kindly take the action to save nature's gift.
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⚜️♦️Nupe 4rm Dah Boot♦️⚜️ Jun 5
Come now y'all should think about the fish that beach looks horrible🤦🏾‍♂️
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We Can We Will Jan 14
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Florida Love Affair Jan 12
Saltwater Brewery in Delray Beach, Florida invented six-pack rings that are biodegradable and edible for wildlife.
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Rekoop Jun 4
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mid-day Jun 8
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#SML Feb 6
Did you know that walking is a great way to reduce carbon footprint? 🐋
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kiana Feb 1
It’s okay to start small, just start. Buy your own metal/paper straws on Amazon and take them with you everywhere you go.
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