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Dr Nidhi Malhotra Aug 14
Received my journal in the mail today & I wish would be more and in their packaging. Do we really need all that non degradable packaging?
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Tony Frogmouth Aug 18
Replying to @LeahMcGrathRD
Still, there are too many of us. Everywhere. On every continent, except Antarctica (yet?). That fact can’t be ignored. And trying to rely on widespread farming in a desert continent... maybe not a great idea.
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Clean Break 5h
We can't wait for 'Letters to the Earth' to be published! Incredible work from wonderful people in the arts sector - plus our ah-mazing patron & climate-change fighting Queen is contributing! 🌍
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Manasi Agrawal MD Aug 17
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Gordon Hastie 🎸#GTTO #PalestineLives #BDS Aug 18
Replying to @stevano_b
Have you noticed that our behaviour in terms of the environment and what we put into has changed very dramatically in the last 100 or so years? Nothing to do with climate change and, even if not sure, not worth being on the safe side?
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Angel Eyes Aug 14
Sure the polar icecaps are melting, and this guy's avenging 😒 good lord what's wrong with the world?
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Gil Ben Yakov Aug 17
Replying to @tberzin @ealkazzi and 4 others
Definitely agree! Save the trees and promote knowledge online! After all we have
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Uscha Pohl Aug 17
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Dr Nidhi Malhotra Aug 15
Replying to @AGA_Gastro
Appreciate the quick response and the willingness to change shipping policy. Potentially consider members choosing electronic only versus hard copy delivery as well.
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DESC Geography Dec 4
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Olaya Román Romín Oct 17
"No water, no life. No blue, no green" It's been such an honour to have had the amazing in our small city tonight. Really interesting and inspirational talk. Food for thought!
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Andrew Nicholson May 1
Food for thought ... excuse the Pun 🤔❤️
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Ek Boondh Pani Jul 5
While India is having a population boom and is set to become the most populous country in the world by 2030, our water reserves remain the same. We need to conserve our remaining water sources to ensure future generations don’t go thirsty.
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Peter Howe 28 Mar 18
When we have no fish in the sea because of pollution.When we have no wildlife because it’s been trapped, shot or poisoned.When we have nothing to eat because the bees & other insects have been killed by insecticides.Which of these needs to happen before we say OMG?
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Anna Wood May 10
Love the G&T. Not so keen on the unnecessary here Cosy Club Cheltenham. 👎 Please consider having these on request only, or getting rid altogether. 🌎
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Downsend School Jun 5
Pre-Prep Epsom eco-council came and collected all the googly eyes and plastic straws in classrooms this morning following their own decision to stop the use of the materials in school
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martin redmayne 26 Oct 17
Twitter Rant ! Why do companies send unbreakable items like tea bags in vast boxes with huge amount of plastic protection ?
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Hayley 🔜 FanX 24 Mar 18
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Ek Boondh Pani Jul 9
With the population increasing in urban areas every passing year and water shortage across cities becoming a common sight, it becomes imperative that we begin to move towards smart cities to conserve our water resources more effectively.
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Vikki Austin Jan 1
Hello 2019. I've written out my list of Good Intentions and I'm adding my Plastic Pledge. I am going to try to significantly reduce my single-use plastics in 2019. Wish me luck...
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