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WWF UK Sep 8
Well done Carlsberg! 👏🏽 Our wildlife is drowning in plastic & we need to see more urgent action to reduce the amount of plastic ending up in nature.
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WWF UK Sep 17
Good news from Waitrose - this move shows that if customers demand change like stamping out pointless plastics, businesses will rise to the challenge! We now need to see other businesses follow this lead to .
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Sky Ocean Rescue Sep 16
Half of all the plastic we use is single use, what alternatives have you found that can help people ditch the disposables? 🚯
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WWF UK 3h
Well done to Abbie for opening a plastic-free produce shop! 👏🏽 It’s amazing to see individuals taking action to protect our planet and help .
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Sky Ocean Rescue Sep 9
An ocean clean up system has been launched into the Pacific Ocean for the first time. It aims to sweep up billions of pieces of plastic waste floating in the so-called Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Find out more here:
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Longniddry Primary 2h
Our Rights Respecting Group went along to Athelstaneford Primary School today to share with them our Rights journey so far! We also got them to sign up to our campaign: Bubbles BEAT Balloons.
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Noma Swimwear Sep 17
I tested the reusable water cups from at yesterday. They were great - scrunchable, light, easy to carry whilst running or tuck into shorts, gel belt. Please roll them out for every marathon!
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Rian 21h
Amazing day yesterday at Gibraltar point. Beach clean number 2 done. 409kg of waste and an extra 19kg of single use plastics removed from beach. Great day with the family and educating the younger generation to get involved
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Graham and Leigh Sep 13
Delighted to announce that we have now got rid of all plastic (bubble wrap) in the packaging of our pieces. All material can now be recycled . Please recycle/reuse.
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Sky News Sep 8
The massive floater is intended to scoop up plastic waste but critics worry that it might scoop up some of the marine life too
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Sky Sports Cricket Sep 10
"For one final time, Alastair Cook has been dismissed in international cricket." 😢 He walks back to the pavilion with the thanks of a cricketing nation. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 👨‍🍳 Live on Sky Sports Cricket & Main Event:
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Pip 46m
All actions, no matter how small, are worth something! This is a great reason to whenever you can.
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Sky Sports Cricket Sep 9
JENNINGS BOWLED! Shami swings one in and Jennings lets it go... straight on to his stumps. Watch England v India live on Sky Sports Cricket now or follow:
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Kathleen Leslie Sep 17
This morning in I spotted this young seagull walking around attempting to carry a discarded plastic bottle. After some chasing I managed to get the bird to let it go and put the bottle in a bin. There is no excuse for this.
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Sky Ocean Rescue Sep 12
D is for Disposable. 🚯 50% of plastic is only used once, for an average of 12 mins before it is thrown away. What are your tips for ditching the disposables?
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Mark Slater Sep 8
When I am at the coast there is nothing better than taking Bailey for a long walk. Each time we go the aim is to pick up at least 5 pieces of plastic,if we all did this we could collectively make a real difference
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Ben Tadman Sep 8
I appreciate the sentiment of by at the Kia Oval but can’t help but cringe at the irony of handing out thousands of plastic bottles to spectators. I wonder where they will end up...
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Self-propelled Sep 10
it looks like we got a 10p discount off coffee for using our own reusable cups. Happy days, thanks! Reduce and reuse!
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Molly Sep 16
moral dilemma: I want to use my reusable bottle and save the planet but there are no public sparkling water taps in central London
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BigBarn Sep 17
Some great tips here to help you
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