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DeltaRichmond Greens Aug 9
"benefits of on power rather than oil: benefits of not breathing from burning , not having huge , not destroying a livable "
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EEA & Norway Grants Dec 11
Consequences of ✴️are devastating, especially for small islands🏝️ So assisted Malta 🇲🇹 in strengthening its response capacity to such threats!💪 Find funding for your own project to make 👉 💧
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Dawn Rose Turner Nov 9
There Were 137 in the in 2018. See Where They Happened. by Emily Cassidy
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MacKenzie Bouchard Feb 15
Was really impressed with my 8s and their creativity during our Oil Spill Inquiry Lab today! They wanted to challenge each other to create a better gadget that was more efficient at cleaning oil than just cotton balls, dish soap or skimmers alone!
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Dawn Rose Turner Nov 9
2018 : incidents in spiked by almost half last year, report finds
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OFTEC Apr 11
Whilst tanks have a very strong safety record, it’s important to ensure your policy covers the cost of any in the unlikely event of a leak. See our other top tips for making savings on costs this Spring -
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(IN ALBUM MODE ..) Oct 16
They like to hear our hood on some Bass
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Sierra Club BC Nov 1
Wherever there are pipelines, there will be . Help stop the Trans Mountain pipeline and tanker project and protect the land and water ➡️
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Eva Rehse Jul 22
"When you lose your , you lose your " talking about impact of in
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West Coast Env. Law Jun 18
5 years after pipeline leak on her property, this Coldwater resident is still waiting for the contamination to be cleaned up.
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Ryan Beam May 6
Replying to @RyanDBeam
The last thing we need right now is more oil drilling and more . The would lock us into a future of escalating , destruction of , and ever worsening .
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LeithDocksHQ Nov 24
There is a thick in Albert Dock, , and it is affecting . As a matter of urgency - please sort it out As a matter of urgency.
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Coast Protectors Jul 16
U.S. company fined nearly $3M for 2016 fuel spill in B.C. First Nation's fishing territory Chief Marilyn Slett: "The state of marine response today is still the same."
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WA Senate Democrats Apr 19
As the 2019 session nears its end, significant bills are on track to become law! ✅Reduce vessel noise and disturbance ✅Prevent toxic pollution ✅Improve habitat ✅Prevent in the
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West Coast Env. Law Mar 25
30 years after - Prince William Sound still hasn’t recovered. So, what have we learned? Without strong measures in place to prevent + respond to – the B.C coast will remain at risk
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Alicia 🌏 Nov 1
we are home today 😩 Wind gust 63km/h & up 🍃 trees down! It is not safe for us to go out We stand with & everyone around the world 🌎 Stay safe 👫 No keystone is shut down Praying for 💚
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Alex Lockwood Feb 21
Gr4 simulating to connect its impact on our , reflect on how we use and wonder about our A voice points out, “You know crude oil will be thousands time worse than this!”
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Sierra Club BC Aug 7
With the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion standing to increase tanker traffic seven fold, the number of on the coast of BC is only going to increase. to help stop TMX:
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Menai Strait Fishery Order Management Association Jul 16
Exciting new research showing how could help clean up Scientific studies of how marine mussels glue themselves to wet rocks despite the incessant pounding from waves lead to new uses for these tasty bivalves
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Sheila Malcolmson Sep 11
Innovative technology helps in the fight against and . These seabins at collect about 1.5 tons of waste a year (plus they skim tiny ). What other ideas are working?
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