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WWF UK Jul 8
This octopus was recently found with adhesive tape stuck to its suckers in Australia. Plastic is everywhere & it's choking our oceans & our killing wildlife. We must make an effort to now - who's with us?
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Team Sky Jul 16
Having a whale of a time on the first rest day with a team recovery ride... 🐳
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ThreeMain Jul 12
Awesome day hanging with our partner cleaning up Carson Beach in . Amazing how much plastic and trash we picked up on only 30 minutes.
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Team Sky Jul 14
You may have seen our jersey during the opening week of , but you can find out more about our pledge to 🐳 in this video
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WWF UK Jul 11
Imagine diving in the Med & finding this has replaced marine life. This is the reality that we're facing unless we act now to
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FredrikMyhre Jul 9
Replacing a plastic straw with a plastic lid?! 😱 ERRRGH! ❌ Wrong answer! "Degradable" plastic often do not degrade successfully in freshwater or saltwater! Suggestion: Stay away from all single-use plastic for this use!
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WWF UK Jul 13
Images like this shouldn't exist. We must reduce our plastic consumption now &
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Team Sky 9h
🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳 📸 > A.S.O./A.Broadway
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WWF Scotland Jul 10
Starbucks will eliminate straws from its stores worldwide by 2020 to reduce environmental pollution 👍 🥤
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Eco For Life Jul 15
Nearly 1m tonnes every year: supermarkets shamed for plastic packaging
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Grant Speed Jul 13
Alex says - lucky for him it's was my card he used to buy that !!
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Defra UK Jul 13
. says: “Protecting and enhancing in our Overseas Territories will help to make crucial activities such as , , and more sustainable.”
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Team Sky Jul 13
We’re showing our support for on stage seven of today
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WWF UK Jul 13
Are you taking part in ? Let us know how you've reduced your plastic consumption to help nature...
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Helen-EthicalAdviser Jul 12
They may be pretty but they are still plastic pollution, they get into our fields and our oceans and cause problems for sea life and wildlife - PLEASE PLEASE give up balloons 🎈 ....encourage bars, restaurants and other businesses to do the same.
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Lyndsey Dodds Jul 13
At today talking about how single-use plastic impacts our oceans as they inspire the mobile phone industry to
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Kirstie Jul 9
WE OUT HERE FORCING MASSIVE CORPORATIONS TO ACT MORE SUSTAINABLY !!!!!!
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Craig S. Smith Jul 9
Loving the recent environmental push on reducing plastic consumption. At , we are also removing unnecessary plastic packaging and aiming to reduce waste by 45% by 2025
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airi Jul 12
Good luck! !! &Froome!!!!!!!!💛     🐳🐳🐳
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BusyKlista 17h
It's not about the kit , but the pledge. Can no longer afford a new kit, so, old sky jersey + pinned orca :) .What do you think @jonathancastroviejo
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