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Steve_Filipovic Jun 8
Replying to @pmagn @BCGreens and 3 others
actually is a real issue, meaning it can be described using testable facts in context so its miles ahead of alarm which is a PR Campaign against for a
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$TANKUTZ™💈 Jun 11
Time too hustle these mfers back with that 👀
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Dr John Jun 10
, is the making any progress in getting back out for trials in the ()? X-ing my fingers that things will work out this time.
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Kelly McCaskill Jun 11
1) companies: use recyclable pkg 2) consumers: recycle 3) recycling depots: be integral; offer full services 4) gov’t: stop shipping garbage to other countries 5) R&D 5) lawmakers: make laws 6) other countries: stop using the ocean as a garbage dump
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Mike Hudema Jun 10
The in the Pacific Ocean is now 3 times the size of France. This Let's buy less not more.
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Mlle Tosh🏳️‍🌈 17 Jan 18
Cycle 4 is an optional topic for student choice! This phenomenon has inspired a student to start her very own campaign regarding the Great Pacific Grabage Patch 🌎 📝 with posters, hashtags, petitions, supporters, etc... she’s got it all!
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Àfrica ⚓️ Mar 4
Today: - Walking forward - Without searching - Just 15 minutes - A bag of plastic garbage 😰 ❗️There are no beaches without 😓
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Mike Gooch Jan 25
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cameron petersen Jul 3
Dear and restaurant . Stop putting straws in the drinks. If people have to have a , let them ask for one. Reduce yo mane! In fact, just stop using straws altogether. It’ll help the in the , and help your bottom line.
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FreshX Jun 9
Did you know❓The Great Pacific garbage patch is thought to be 6 times the size of the UK‼️🌎🇬🇧♻️
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Lakeside MS Dec 10
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CoastObs Project 8 Jun 18
Today is the 🌊! Perfect day for you to commit and go to 🛰️ cannot detect from space, but check out this cool (and sad) model. represents a threat for !
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Swedbrand Nov 6
Even though most informed people are by now familiar with the term , some may still not have a full grasp on the actual meaning behind this term. Find out more about this widely used concept in our article.
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 23 Mar 18
Pacific is even worse than feared. We really are trashing the planet: Make a positive change and go , starting today, .
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L. R. Legendary Jun 6
Heartbreaking. Microplastics Have Invaded The Deep Ocean — And The Food Chain.
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Alex Ip Nov 25
One way to reduce plastic waste is to -- it's successful in and other countries, so there's no reason why we can't do that in the US These ocean plastic collectors might end up collecting more Silicon Valley money than trash
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Beckie Lang Oct 1
Shocking watching . So much reliance on plastic in our modern world. Even the testing kits on the programme are made of the stuff - pots and pipettes etc. Good to hear of to reduce our usage and clear up existing mess
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Paul Clargo MBA LLB Jun 10
War on Plastic Quite clear we are not recycling anything, just collecting it and shipping it. I have the solution -
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Georgia Strange Jun 6
have invaded our ’s from its surface to thousands of feet deep. is much more serious below the more visible via ⁦
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🏳️‍🌈 Cara Santa Maria 🏳️‍🌈 Apr 25
The southern Indian Ocean receives more plastic waste than anywhere else in the world, but no one knows where it goes - until now!
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