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Oceana May 19
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 May 20
The growth of pollution is adding a fresh set of problems to an already dire situation 😖 Demand >>
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Oceana May 15
According to a new study, balloons are the deadliest form of plastic debris for seabirds.
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Oceana 17h
: Bills in the California state legislature would greatly reduce single-use plastics by 2030. Add your name to save California's marine life from plastic pollution!
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Mike Hudema May 19
Nestle produced 1.7 million tonnes of plastics last year. That's the weight of 10 000 blue whales and that needs to stop. Time to .
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Oceana May 15
Here are 7 single-use you can easily stop using RIGHT NOW!
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Mike Hudema May 13
The in the Pacific Ocean is now 3 times the size of France. This Let's buy less not more.
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Greenpeace Africa May 19
This is who pays the price when we refuse to 💔 >>
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Mexicali Blues 14h
7 Ways to Go Plastic-Free in Your Daily Life via
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Oceana May 13
isn’t enough to save our oceans from the crisis. 17.6 billion pounds of plastic enters the ocean every year, and only 9% of all plastic waste generated has been recycled. Learn more:
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Oceana May 13
The amount of plastic that's been dumped into the ocean has been increasing, according to a new study, and the problem will probably get worse. More, via .
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Food & Water Watch May 18
If we are to stop the climate crisis, we must crack down on plastic. "In 2019, the plastics industry is on track to release as much greenhouse gas pollution as 189 new coal-fired power plants running year-round."
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Greenpeace May 19
Remember your first toothbrush? It’s probably still out there somewhere. We MUST change the way we live our lives. For our sake, and for the sake of all other beings who live on this planet. Join the movement to >>>
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Greenpeace Philippines 16h
🤬🤬🤬 Companies need to wake up and realise that the single-use plastic they’re producing is causing more harm than good. Tell them you’ve had enough! >>
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The Story of Stuff Project May 16
Coca-Cola says they don’t want to see any of their packaging ending up in the environment, so why are they lobbying against proven solutions in the U.S.?
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Greenpeace May 16
The fantasy that the plastic we trustingly put in the bin actually gets recycled and re-used again is just that, a fantasy.
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Oceana May 14
Baby sea turtles are dying from ingested microplastics. You can help sea turtles and our oceans by pledging to :
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Greenpeace May 14
He went to the deepest part of the and discovered what appears to be, wait for it...PLASTIC
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Oceana Canada May 16
Experts predict that 99% of seabird species will have ingested plastic by 2050, the result of which can be death. It's time to . Learn more at 🦆
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FracTracker Alliance 3m
"As of last year, 186 nations and the European Union are parties to the convention. Aside from the United States, a handful of smaller nations have not signed or ratified the Convention."
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