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Rebecca Herbert Jul 15
Video filmed recently in Bali (Indonesia) by the surfer Rebecca
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Morgan Davis Jul 21
This is how enters our food chain. Not only eat Humans do too. Think about and enccourage everyone to .
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Jack Jul 20
Do not understand this ridiculous storm Area 51 which most probably if it did happen would be a bloodbath on American soil. Baffles me how this can become such a big movement but not cleaning the ocean?
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Wild Nature 23h
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Peaceful Civilian 786 Jul 15
How long until it’s decomposed?
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Earth Conscious 3h
For Animals, Plastic Is Turning the Ocean Into a Minefield
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Selina @Gamescom Jul 21
I just donated to The Ocean Cleanup, an organization that helps clean up the ocean to save marine as well as human life. I don't ever ask for anything but I would really appreciate if you could check them out. Their work is incredible. 📌
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桜沢琢海_Sakurazawa_Takumi Jul 22
We're Now At A Million Plastic Bottles Per Minute - 91% Of Which Are Not Recycled
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SassiSoutherner Jul 16
Another day in the Newham slums courtesy of - day 7 of the new tipping site
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Serena Van Schepdael Jul 17
I purchased a pack of 5 school shirts, why on earth do you need to use this much plastic. (Plus the bag it came in.) Do you offer a recycling facility, is this recyclable plastic?
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Turtles For Plastic Jul 21
If turtles don't love plastic, why are they always eating it? I don't like plastic and I don't eat it, simple
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Etienne Brown Jul 22
I visited and saw you are involved in ocean conservation, and have many exhibitions on plastics in the sea. Why does your shop have so much single use plastic? The irony is not lost! You wrap T-shirt’s in plastic?!
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lino dimaculangan 9h
We’re drowning in plastic! I’m here in the Philippines working on practical solutions.
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Kross Nuno Mendonça Jul 19
The World's Largest Ocean Cleanup Has Officially Begun and only costs $20 million
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Indigo V Expeditions Jul 19
Well our Beer Tasting and Ocean Hope fundraiser was a big success! Even our littlest Indigo teamster was there. :) We had some very astute supporters who passed the blind beer tasting with flying colors, and learned about how to keep out of the too!
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DelAgua Group Jul 17
on & their great work to keep our marine environments free from . Their fleet of trash retrieval boats are helping to clean up and on .
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Beyond Plastics 13h
Plastic rafting transports invasive species and bacteria. provide a home for potentially harmful bacteria, including e.coli
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SKSMediaTelAviv 21h
Shocking. Truly shocking. Please get involved.....
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Magic Sea Fox Jul 22
can anything be done about the wet paint labels on the seafront railings at which have mainly blown into the sea - use chalk in future?
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Nu Personal Care Jul 22
Nü Eco Straws - A True 'End Of Life' Straw - Will Naturally Biodegrade Within 2 years - Toxin Free, Plant-Based Product - For Use In Hot & Cold Drinks Be The Change Today
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