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Nchegem Gahia Jun 5
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Ibrahim Qazeem Temitope Jun 8
Earlier today at Oja Titun market for the cleanup.
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Patience Affi Jun 7
Murchison falls at the verge of extinction for the development of a hydro power plant. Development is great but at what expense? Surely there is another way to do this and save our country’s beauty.
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Radie Jun 27
"Face masks do little to protect people from polluted air, but they are a great symbol of how much we want to breathe fresh air" I challenge twitter to participate in with the theme by tweeting photos wearing your most creative mask
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✨Alexei✨ Jun 27
We're receiving an overwhelming amount of entry to the , and we're delightful that Citinista's are up for action to . Continue posting ur pictures and don't forget the hashtags. Thank you!
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Collector & District Magistrate, Tuticorin Jun 15
celebrated in . 13000 saplings planted in the district. Event Inaugurated by Honble Environment Minister and Honble I&PR Minister, Collector and other officials
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Six Word Stories Jun 6
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WestmorlandShepherdess Jun 5
Ancient woodlands Traditionally managed haymeadows 3.5 miles riparian strips being created Owls, swallows, wading birds, deer, otters, hares, rabbits and so many insects I’m considering wearing ski goggles on the quad. Hand in hand with sheep & cows.
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Sharanya Ari Jun 6
What you sow, so you reap. We chose to go green with around 35 saplings to each in sub-collector office, Padmanabhapuram, on the occasion of World environment day 2019. Thanks to the Police dept as well who took active part in this.
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Lanre Olaniyan Jun 11
On behalf of University of Ibadan Centre for Sustainable Development (CESDEV), we thank all who made celebration of ⁩ a success yesterday. Let’s do our bit to reduce air pollution &make this earth a better place to live ⁦
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Women Environmental Programme Jun 14
Pupils of LEA Pri Sch Aleyeta, Abuja were taught how to turn trash to treasure by using sachet bags & bottles to make flower vessels, instead of burning or littering them & also planting & nurturing trees. This ends activities to to mark
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High~Show D Local Boy Jun 8
We branch celebrated 🎊 in our own domain
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siddhant padte Jun 5
World Environment day perfect celebration. 500 kg of plastic waste out of the ocean. It great having the Sampurna Earth team over at Elephanta island and joining us for our clean up and awareness drive.
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Ewaso Lions Jun 6
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WestmorlandShepherdess Jun 5
Native sheep maintaining the Cumbrian landscape. What a fabulous resource our upland flocks are.
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Vanessa Conant Jun 5
Day 3 of St Cuthbert’s Way and . Praying for the conservation and protection of this beautiful world and for courage, wisdom and hope for us all to change course. .
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Bob Goodman Jun 6
How disappointing on to see in Planning Committee the Lib Dem Cllrs inc the Chair using single use plastic cups for water.I had asked for all single use plastics to be excluded from Council offices... this must change...
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China Xinhua News Jun 11
How to live in a greener fashion? Participants of the celebrations offer some suggestions
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Eugene Reid Jun 5
Studied Environmental Science as an undergraduate Indicated to me how we all have a huge role to play in protecting our planet. We only have one!! Reduce, reuse, recycle....
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Volunteers Hub Africa Jun 11
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