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Adnan Ghani Mar 17
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Sarah๐ŸŒธ 4h
Can you explain to me a good enough reason as to why the chicken chunks have to be in TWO plastic bags?? Come on guys sort it out, it's 2019!
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Game play BD 8h
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We Don't Have Time 12h
Dead whale washed up in Philippines had 40kg of bags in its stomach
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Alexander Verbeek ๐ŸŒ 12h
๐Ÿฆท Why not get rid of toothpaste tubes and just bite a pill instead? You can already buy them in Germany, packed in paper bags. This video is about a similar initiative. Would you bite?
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Mascullando Ideas 1m
The EU just voted to completely ban single-use plastic
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bopuletrendbags 4m
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Galapatours 11h
Galapagos without plastic: Did you know that non-returnable containers are prohibited at the Galapagos Islands?
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Gallery Drinkware 31s
Wow! 88 pounds of plastic. Poor whale.
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CleanCircle 1h
90% of plastic never recycled. Consume less, live more.
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Gagamuenster88 8h
don't make excuses that pop culture is not a thing in your country! 3 or 4 years is not an excuse either! =fake!
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Marine Science 4h
Today is , and if you're unsure on how you can help increase rates check out the image attached! Every piece of , no matter how big or small, is a great contribution to reducing the amount of discarded in the .
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Plants & Animals 2h
Here's a good reason to give up the use of bags
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Adam Bell Mar 15
removes 6,500 tonnes of from own-brand
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๐Ÿ’ซJojo *TeamToriKelly*๐Ÿ’ซ 11h
This makes me so maddd ๐Ÿ˜ค๐Ÿ˜ค๐Ÿ˜ค
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chefrozannacatering Mar 11
Starbucks does not recycle. Shame on them. They even let the plastic straws go in to the garbage
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1Min Paradise 7h
I canโ€™t stop laughing ๐Ÿ˜‚ ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
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Madhusudhan 4h
finally fav ice cream joint doing the right thing replacing the spoons with this ๐Ÿ‘
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Whaley & Co. 3h
BUT ACTUALLY. It ranges depending on the amount of rain received in certain areas and equates to approximately 8-12 million metric tons.
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Hannah 6h
It is apparently so thought Iโ€™d share a poem written by my 14-year old niece at school. The kids get it. She saw your Ted Talk and has taken an interest in the environment since
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