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SeaShepherd Adelaide Jun 15
HAVE YOUR SAY - SUBMIT A SUBMISSION TO THE RECYCLING INDUSTRY INQUIRY SA's Environment Resources and Development Committee is holding an inquiry into the Recycling Industry. For further information: Submissions due 19 JULY 2019
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Sojung Kim-McCarthy Jun 9
Replying to @creativesojung
Found Plastic on Bournemouth Beach 281
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maya weeks Jun 14
been talking 2 a lot of people i run in2 about my work on lately, & so many of them bring up individuated, why-r-people-still-using-plastic-water-bottles-style rhetoric w me. altho academia wants me 2 think deeper this rlly feels like time 2 think broader & zoom out
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SeaShepherd Adelaide Jun 14
What a wonderful turn out last Sunday for our Glenelg Beach cleanup. Over 200 people braved the cold to help collect 189.7kg of rubbish We look forward to seeing you at our next clean up, as we go Plastic Free for the oceans.
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Jenna Hartley Jun 12
This workshop is now full. Thanks to everyone for your interest! We had 60 registrations in under 2 hours - goes to show what a pressing issue really is! Working hard now with and to try and take as many teachers as possible.
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The TerraMar Project Jun 14
Where Whales Meet Plastic – Scientists Embark On Journey To Discover Why Whales Are Eating So Much Plastic
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GOMmarinedebris Jun 13
Had an amazing morning working across the to address issues in
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maya weeks Jun 14
Replying to @looseuterus
the people i meet -- surfers, beach walkers, dental hygenists -- want to reduce marine pollution. the fact that they think personal responsibility will reduce is not their fault but rather, as we've been saying 4 ages, is indicative of systemic violences
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CoastSavers Jun 14
Over 34,000 pounds of miscellaneous is collectively gathered by each year. Thank you for taking 2 minutes to gather all of these items off the coast. ✨
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World Bank AsiaPac Jun 7
After diving in the waters of her home island of Atauro, Timor-Leste’s first female PADI Divemaster saw first-hand the impact of . Along with other volunteers, she’s helping clean up their shores and raising an awareness:
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LifeLema Jun 15
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Reef-World Jun 12
Did you know marine is already affecting more than 800 marine species through ingestion, entanglement and habitat change? 💔🙁
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Our Last Straw Jun 13
How can you help keep synthetic fibers out of our seas? Start with secondhand and look for natural fibers when buying new.
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WaterWitch Jun 13
One of our 8M dive platforms sent to in she was capable of hitting 12 knots —————————————————
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NU MSC Jun 11
Replying to @NOAADebris
Our next speaker, Demi Fox, the Northeast Regional Coordinator of the program is sharing all the amazing projects she is inovled in to reduce throughout New England
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Glenda Lee Mahoney Jun 10
If you are in Santa Cruz this summer, check out "From Ocean Trash to Ocean Inspiration,” our group show at the Marine Sanctuary Exploration Center.
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Kelly McKenna Bryce Jun 12
Don’t think people realize how much and is out there! Thankful for these guys 🙏🏻
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Scott Coffin Jun 13
Curious about and ? Check out my presentation, Plastic as a Vector for Pollutants in Marine and Estuarine Environments:
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N.C. Coastal Reserve Jun 10
Our summer interns are getting a wide range of experiences at the this summer! Last week our interns assisted the crew filming for a project in the reserve and .
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NOAA Fisheries PIRO Jun 10
pose a danger to many of the species that call the oceans home. Learn about ' marine debris research and removal efforts in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands:
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