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Lego Lost At Sea 6h
Why are there so many toothbrushes in the sea? All picked up from Cornish beaches.
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Jo C 6m
when are you going to stop selling plastic glitter???!!!
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#TOGETHERBAND 7h
We can be smarter about how we reuse materials. We don't need to create any more plastic - our landfills are overflowing with it and our oceans are stocked with waste.
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Prevented Ocean Plastic™ Sep 25
Episode 235 of the 350 podcast discusses a variety of topics including the value and contribution of informal waste collectors in the plastic supply chain and different re-usable models of packaging. 🎧 Tune in here:
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Susan Ruffo Sep 23
Congratulations and the team on this new phase! is more important than ever as we face , and . Cities are a critical part of the solution!
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Plastic@Bay Sep 23
The of Balnakeil Bay. Like the sand, accumulates into the dunes on multiple layers. When the dunes get eroded, you can observe pristine plastics that never degraded after they were buried. Are these parts of the missing 99% of ocean plastic pollution?
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greenseas Sep 23
😔 The problem of pollution has been worsened by the -19 pandemic
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Platypus News Sep 22
"Whale would rather risk it in Croc infested river than the plastic-filled ocean" 🐋 🐊 Find out more -
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Lego Lost At Sea Sep 20
In 2011, millions of tiny plastic disks were accidentally released into the Merrimack River from the Hooksett wastewater plant in New Hampshire, USA. They're still turning up. We found this one today in Cornwall, UK, some 3000 miles away.
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POLYWOOD­­ Sep 24
Thanks for the shout out ! We're on a mission to rescue 1 million lbs of ocean-bound plastic by 2021.
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wettribe Sep 24
are , , , , and on a hero’s journey to recover along with propagules, to mitigate and save . “We are not strangers separated by countries; we are a tribe connected by ocean.”
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SassiSoutherner 9h
Look at all that lovely plastic destined for the bottom of the ocean / inside a baby whale / caught around a turtle.... but at least you've made some money
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The Circulate Initiative Sep 18
We are proud of the strides we have made to date to fight and build thriving, inclusive economies. We look forward to continue working alongside our partners and collaborators to achieve our mission. Read more in our progress report:
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European Research Council (ERC) Sep 24
It's !🌊🛳️ that 99% of is unaccounted for? ERC grantee is creating a map of where all the plastic in our oceans is ending up, and debunking common myths along way:
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Imageco Sep 22
makes your walls look stunning with ultra-high definition printing capabilities AND helps you reduce !
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AqualeaderLtd Sep 23
At least 8 million tons of plastic end up in our oceans every year, & make up 80% of all marine debris - from surface waters, to deep-sea sediments
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Stormsaver Rainwater Sep 21
WĀKE LifeProof phone cases use recycled ocean-bound waste. In an effort to find a balance between protecting the significant investment in our cellular devices and protecting the planet.
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Herbiⓥore Sep 19
A Spanish  meat giant has ditched 12.85 tons of plastic from its products by changing the packaging 🇪🇸
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#VirtualBlueDecade Sep 22
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Dana Price Sep 18
Very cool .. can’t wait to see more!
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