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Annabel FitzGerald 12h
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Realise Live Dec 13
56% of whales have ingested plastic debris. 🐳 That's along with plastic found in the digestive systems of every single species of turtle across the world. 🐢Choose to make a positive change for marine life.
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Blue Cool Bottles 2h
Why does changing consumer habits on plastic single use water bottle waste have to come at such a high cost (£20-£30)? Blue Cool bucks this pricing trend. We are serious about protecting the environment over profit!
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Erol Bucukoglu Dec 15
Shocking to see everyone at the being handed plastic wristbands for a concert that lasts only 4 hours.
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Defra UK Nov 27
There's less than one week left to take part in our consultation to ban plastic straws, stirrers and plastic-stemmed cotton buds. Don't miss your chance to have your say and turn the tide on plastics:
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Chichester District 13h
Is it time for the supermarket “big shop”? and don’t forget to take reusable bags instead. They can be carried with you at all times and are better for the environment. Please do not place plastic bags in the burgundy recycling bin.
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Amanda 3h
these Black Friday were great on a rainy shopping trip yesterday. No plastic bags used!
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Sandall Park Oct 5
These should be banned This duck was actually on our lake - not in the ocean. Took days to catch it to remove the offending plastic cutting into its mouth
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Amber Nov 24
So impressed with - thought it would take ages for my Black Friday order but it’s already arrived AND my clothes have come straight out the bag like this, without the excess plastic packaging!! Can all companies start to make changes like this💚♻️
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Jess Piper Oct 1
And whilst watching my delivery turns up and once again a totally unnecessary use of plastic packaging.... please explain why you can’t put all loose fruit and veg in a cardboard box rather than individual bags? 😢
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Lowri Angharad Oct 17
Just saw a milkman doing doorstep deliveries on a milk float. Love this, great for the environment (less single use plastic) great for local farmers (money going straight into their pockets) and also great for “our son looks like the milkman” jokes 🥛♻️
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Will Poulter Nov 7
So happy to have designed for Project 0 & Sky Ocean Rescues new reusable product range! Check it out at the pop up 20 Beak in Carnaby from Nov 8 while stock lasts and & get the perfect ocean-loving present @weareprojectzero
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Roberta G Dec 15
I saw a piece of plastic fly into the river on the wind and a duck went straight for it. 😭
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BYO London 13h
Unwrapped chocolate bars from @seedandbeanchocolates for anyone looking for a plastic free treat. We have two flavours in stock: Sea Salt and Hazelnut. They are absolutely delicious 😋 Thank you for the introduction to these.
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Longniddry Primary Nov 27
A huge thank you to Mal today, who came from the NorthBerwick for an excellent presentation. He talked about plastic and the environment. We even talked about our campaign, Bubbles BEAT Balloons!
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Timmy Helley Dec 9
I've just gone back to soap bar to cut down on plastic shower gel bottles. 4 pack wrapped in plastic then individually wrapped in plastic inside... also contains palm. come on guys!
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Ems Barr Oct 22
AMAZING that today is launching plan to get rid of: 🥤 Plastic straws 📍Plastic stirrers 👂 Plastic cotton buds Each year in England, we use an estimated 4.7 billion plastic straws! He's right we must do more.
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Golf Refugees Dec 13
Replying to @sustainablesam_
How do you feel about organisations for example; Sky Ocean Rescue, printing on plastic fibre clothes? Or as they do good work on single use plastics, let it pass? Alongside fashion brands who claim their recycled plastic clothing helps save the oceans from plastic?
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Sky News Dec 15
Waitrose is to ban glitter from all its own products by Christmas 2020 in response to concerns about plastic pollution
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WWF UK Dec 9
This is devastating. Over 100 different turtles were studied and plastic was found inside every single one.
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