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Oceana Aug 13
It's easy to see how sea turtles mistake plastic bags for jellyfish. Learn about the plastic pollution crisis facing our oceans:
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protect planet Aug 11
The Earth should not be a worse place after my life than it was when I was born here.
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Mike Hudema Aug 16
The ocean is a beautiful thing yet we put over 1.5 million pounds of plastic into it every single hour. Tell Canada’s Supermarkets to ditch throwaway plastic. Sign on at:
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Oceana Aug 14
Plastic has a "junk food" effect on corals, and some species prefer to eat plastic over their natural food. Corals need us to help them . Learn more:
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Mike Hudema Aug 16
The in the Pacific Ocean is now 3 times the size of France. This Let's buy less not more.
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Beyond Plastics Aug 12
are not just threatening our oceans and ocean creatures, they're also a huge problem in fresh water.
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Oceana Aug 14
: Add your name to urge your state representatives to act and reduce single-use plastic pollution in California by 2030:
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Oceana Aug 15
Our oceans are drowning in plastic pollution. Companies must help lead us to a world free from plastic pollution. Join in urging companies to offer plastic-free alternatives:
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Greenpeace USA Aug 11
Divers rescue tiny fish stuck in plastic bag. Thank you divers!
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Oceana Aug 12
Next time you see a green leaf on your plastics, remember: bioplastics aren't all they're cracked up to be. The best alternative is to :
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Greenpeace Philippines 22h
And another plastic-related casualty. 🤬 Tell companies here to stop, stop, stop producing single-use plastic! >>
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Oceana Aug 11
Marine life aren't the only ones eating plastic. The average American consumes 70,000 microplastic particles every year. It's time to :
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Plastic Free Jersey Aug 13
It's . If you can remember your keys, money and phone..... You can remember your refillable water bottle.
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Oceana Aug 16
17.6 billion pounds of plastic enters the ocean every year, wreaking havoc on marine life and ecosystems. Take the pledge to :
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Greenpeace USA Aug 12
Nope. No thank you.
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Rachel Lincoln Sarnoff Aug 12
Reusable, compostable cups made from coffee grounds and distributed with a take back option. Now that makes sense!
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Melissa Valliant Aug 10
COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER (for an ocean advocacy org) I love THE OCEAN eat with REUSABLE utensils, bottles & straws And LOVE alternatives to plastic packaging Please DON’T HYPHENATE adverbs with adjectives It’s grammatically INCORRECT & COMPLETELY UNNECESSARY
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Dianna Cohen Aug 16
“If you own fossil fuels, Get off your assets!” - HunterLovins ❤️
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Greenpeace Africa Aug 16
It’s finally happening tomorrow! Don’t miss out on 's event!
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Mina Sundwall Aug 15
deep-diving into a more sustainable lifestyle. here’s to my sans-plastic journey! more to come - courtesy of
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