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Emily Penn 5h
BTS with and during , we talked about how the more we learn about the threats to our oceans, the more we realise it actually comes down to all of our microactions to help solve it.
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Malcolm Smith 4h
So today I made a switch to use shampoo & shower soaps instead of using more plastic. Another change to try and remove one use plastic altogether.
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McQueens Dairies Mar 19
"393 million tonnes of plastic in our ocean. 99.9% is lying on the bottom" 😥
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Roger Dalton Mar 24
Home-baked flapjack including some in a wee box for tomorrow's walking fuel. There's 12 pieces with no single-use plastic, unlike cereal bars which are similarly used. Our lifestyles tend towards the disposable, simple things like home baking can help
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Living River Foundation Mar 24
Can we see if we can increase the amount of plastic alternatives each year? happy to help/advice as necessary
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Jim McQuaid 3h
So Ineos might have just rescued but their evironmental credentials go completely against what the team had been promoting in the past couple of years with and
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Sky Bigger Picture 9h
Up to a third of fish caught in the North Sea contained microplastic particles including glitter. Do you want to see a ban on glitter in supermarkets?
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Duke 11h
Yes but where is all that nonbiodegradable litter going to end up? Landfill? China? Just stop producing plastic and aluminium packaging in the first place!
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Emily Penn 5h
Still so much to discover, and lots of work now to analyse the samples to see what was found!
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Mrs PT Mar 22
Our pledge is active! We pledge to reduce single use plastic at lunch & break, & we’ll pack what’s left in eco bricks
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PlaSick 4h
Could you do it?⁣ ⁣ Have you tried to cut down on plastic in your life? We want to hear about it! Let us know the challenges that you have faced and the solutions that you have come up with! Let’s brainstorm some ideas! 💡 ⁣
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Cwm Ifor Primary Mar 19
Dosbarth Aberdyfi have been learning about plastic pollution and what we can do to tackle the problem. Ask us about some simple swaps you can make today 🤗🐋🐟🐳
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Kieran Donnelly Mar 20
From to Keep On Fracking. what a bunch of hypocrites.
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