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H🐱 Apr 23
Wanting to make the transition to more cleaning products, any recommendations? Must be and no
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r i p p l e Feb 24
The aftermath of yesterday’s win in . Nothing to celebrate here. 📷 Haydn Denman
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greenish.blue.living Apr 16
3 words that nobody wants to hear:
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Andy Skene Jan 22
Our unhealthy obsession with the convenience of single use plastic is often hidden by effective infrastructure, but in countries where this is missing, the impacts become clear very quickly
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Frans Timmermans Mar 27
Today’s vote to ban in Europe is great news. But this is not a victory of politicians. This is a victory of everybody in our society who came together to support our proposals: citizens, NGOs, academics and the media created the conditions for this vote.
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CJ Couch Apr 23
What do you do when your county stops taking recycling materials? They say it’s not ‘worth’ it any longer because of the tariffs with China. I’ve recycled for years! It breaks my heart to throw plastic in the trash.
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Vegan, not Perfect Apr 17
Dear Please can you tell me what I should do when my notes get ripped? I didn’t get this with paper notes :(
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breakfreefromplastic Dec 18
BREAKING: We have a deal! European institutions have agreed to unprecedented cuts to taking a giant leap towards a future free from . Check out our press release for details:
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The Story of Stuff Project Mar 7
It's time to and California is aiming to end the era.
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Alexandra Roy Feb 24
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Jessica Mar 27
Plastic pollution is jeopardizing human health & harming marine species like whales & sea turtles at an ALARMING rate!! won't solve the global problem! Tell to stop producing !!
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Ivan Teage Feb 22
Tonight I asked our local takeaway to fill up our tiffin carriers instead of loads of plastic boxes, was no problem
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polidoroff natacha Apr 24
More than 80% of marine litter is plastics. The products covered under the EU's new law on constitute 70% of all marine litter items. Are you ready to give up on single-use plastics and adopt more sustainable alternatives?
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Canadian Wildlife Federation Feb 12
Make a difference for wildlife and our planet by reducing your footprint. Here are 8 easy swaps to make today! How many have you checked off? Have more single-use plastic reducing tips? Please let us know!
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Rethink Plastic Mar 27
The has just formally approved the pioneering new EU laws! 🙌 It’s now almost time for national governments to put them into practice, with raised ambition and no delays! 💪
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Plastic Soup Apr 24
German EU candidate proposes global ban on said that the next generations will face "immense problems" if the EU and the world do not take drastic action against single-use plastic. We couldn't agree more!
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Patrick Albert Panal Apr 19
"Cleanliness is next to Godliness." LIVE IT.
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EPP Group Jan 23
Most single-use plastic items can be replaced with better alternatives. We want to boost innovation and avoid environmental damage. 🌍Good for the planet, 💸good for the economy! 🎥Watch the full video on the new EU rules for ➡️
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Coconuts TV Apr 4
: Filipinos dispose of about 60 BILLION sachets per year, many of which end up littering beaches like this one in Manila
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SUPPLY CHAIN PEOPLE Apr 23
Political & Public Affairs Manager required to engage with governments, local authorities and NGO's ensuring reusable nappies are on the agenda as alternatives to single use plastics. Based in Northampton up to £40k.
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