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David Game College Jun 8
Today is . This image was taken by a member of our staff helping clear rubbish in a short span of just 15 minutes. You can help clean up our coast for by joining an International Costal Cleanup at
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Navarre Beach Marine Science Station Sep 15
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Boxed Water Mar 18
By 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. You can help reduce the amount of plastic in our ecosystem.
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OC Coastkeeper Jun 12
Last month, we took over 1,000 students to to celebrate and teach them about how they can protect our coast.
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Leigh Morris May 23
I took this photo of a single-use plastic cup near the wreck of the Papanui on 🇸🇭 Single use plastic is just flipping wrong and it is impacting everywhere
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Leigh Morris Jun 9
How do you vacuum plastic from a beach?
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Ocean Conservancy Oct 15
Cleaning up Alaska's beaches with the Angoon Youth Conservation Corps
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Rep. Ted Deutch Sep 15
Fantastic work by everyone who came out to the Coastal Cleanup to protect . Helping our sea turtles while working toward - all on a beautiful Florida morning! Happy to chip in with my wife, our incredible staff, and people throughout our community!
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Tess Maria Krasne 21 May 18
Why I continue to work for . Photo from my trip to in February. The rainy season tends to bring more debris to beaches.
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Straws Film May 11
Thank you FL Gov. Ron DeSantis! “The state should simply allow local communities to address this issue through the political process,” ...
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UK in Malaysia🇬🇧 Sep 22
We call this beautiful planet home, heartbreaking to see how irresponsible handling of plastic wastes puts our at risk. HE & us join for
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Alistair Dove Aug 29
Tomorrow is International , so my thoughts are drifting back to January's expedition to with collabs &
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Skylaar Amann | Illustrator 16 May 18
Sneak peek of a new piece I’ll post soon! Any guesses about the full image? 🤔
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NSS MCG Sep 16
Despite the no-shows, 20 participants collected 343kg of marine trash, over a short distance of 60m. Plastic and foam packaging continue to be the most common item collected. Discarded nets and lines were next |
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ElNidoPlasticBattle 26 Mar 18
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Project Biodiversity Mar 30
Cheers to our first of many beach cleans in 2019!! Over 50 bags of trash collected from an important nesting beach on Sal
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Project AWARE Mar 6
partner announces new Urban Ocean initiative at the to tackle the problem of at its source and stop the from land to sea
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Janis Searles Jones 21 May 18
Did you know that we picked up over 400 THOUSAND straws & stirrers during 's ? I spend a LOT of time on and am thrilled to see this policy being rolled out!
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Kathleen Mar 2
Replying to @kthlnsndl
I just wanted to collect shells... The more you care, the more you notice. 😔
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Ocean Conservancy Sep 15
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