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Natalie Bennett Sep 27
You really have to wonder why no one asked: is it a good idea to put plastic in teabags? Even worse than We need to rethink our entire industrial & corporate systems.
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Ruby_Redsky 8h
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Dragofix Apr 2
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Sea Shepherd SSCS Aug 24
Help save our by refusing soap and hand sanitizer products with in them! These wash down your drain and end up in our oceans, resulting in the plastics being a part of the food chain 😢
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Fauna & Flora Int. Apr 5
Will our ocean benefit from the battle of the bans?
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The Story of Stuff Project Oct 19
Scotland's move to eliminate cotton swabs follows a ban on the sale and manufacture of plastic , which was passed in June 2018.
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Grace O'Sullivan MEP Jun 20
Very glad a law to get rid of is finally here. It's been almost three years since I tried to do the same in the with the - this is just a drop in the ocean in dealing with the problem, but it raises awareness of the problem
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Save The Bay (SF) Oct 3
Day 6 from - eliminate - stop using fabrics products with - Facebook is eliminating plastic water bottles and installing filtered and sparkling water stations.
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Jade Cline Jul 29
Style and extensions by yours truly 💕 COMMENT your fav type of extensions!
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Grace Hamilton Feb 12
Small but serious contributor to problem. Keep up the great work
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WhittinghamIsGod AKA Saskboy Mar 5
Replying to @JustinTrudeau
You finally banned , delaying years, letting vendors sell their toxic remaining supply instead of forcing recalls to keep our oceans cleaner.
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RippleZoo Jan 21
Can I still use products with ? Are still bad? James from RippleZoo has some easy-to-follow tips to help make some little changes that can make a big difference to our beautiful world.
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Jill Osborne Apr 2
Students learning about - Most products in Canada do not contain microbeads. Microbeads found in natural health products and non-prescription drugs will be banned on July 1, 2019. 🧴
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EEB Jan 30
EU moves to ban and in most products Good leadership on . Broad restriction draft by Shame about the long delays for industry.
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Oceanic Preservation Society / OPS Jun 2
Happy ! Do the ocean a favor today and spread the word about microbeads! The Story of via
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Greenpeace Hong Kong Jun 12
Master turtle is hoping can ban soon. We are way behind other regions in the world!
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United Nations ESCAP Oct 21
Without our , the region would be otter-ly lost. Follow us TOMORROW in the for live updates on what solutions young people in the region are proposing to fight waste in our waters. Topics include , the waste trade and .
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kleidaki Aug 13
Today’s catch was not 🐠🐟🦑 or even 🧜🏼‍♀️... it was a bunch of 🤯 Unfortunately, I found a mix of: &a at Kato Fana 🏖 in island, GR.
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Water Institute DCU Jun 21
This is very progressive news
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Gareth Simkins Feb 15
Urgh - not before time. As of 11 March, personal care products containing will be banned from sale in Northern Ireland, completing a UK-wide ban that otherwise entered force back in June.
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