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World Economic Forum May 12
Our problem is out of control. Here’s how we can fight it
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Greenpeace 13h
10% of the oxygen we breathe comes from just one kind of bacteria in the ocean. And now pollution is threatening its growth.
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Plastic Soup May 19
From making it to managing it, is a major contributor to climate change New report finds plastic production and use could have the equivalent impact of nearly 300 new coal power plants on Earth's climate over the next decade.
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H Fisk Johnson, Ph.D. May 13
With millions of lbs of flowing into the every year, it’s critical to improve waste collection so it doesn't reach the sea. Our partnership with is one example. There’s a long way to go, but it’s a start. We hope other companies will join.
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr May 15
found at deepest point on Earth!
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EU Council Press May 21
The adopted new rules which ban certain single-use items and aim to reduce and . Press release:
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Greenpeace May 20
The growth of pollution is adding a fresh set of problems to an already dire situation 😖 Demand >>
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Parveen Kaswan, IFS May 19
This is what is doing to other . These birds are full of plastic pieces. Not for the faint hearted. Wia WA.
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Greenpeace May 21
Single-use found in Winterfell and Kingslanding serves as a STARK reminder of plastic polluting every corner of our planet
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BBC Breakfast 9h
We use 316 MILLION plastic drink stirrers in England every year - but no more from 2020. 👏
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Glyn Goodwin May 17
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Woodsy Owl 20h
Drinking from a glass, choosing wooden toys, and buying pickles in a jar... can that help our planet? Yes! Anytime you make choices that use less , YOU are taking care of our planet. Check out these easy and effective tips!
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roger harrabin 8h
Picture in your mind’s eye a little coffee stirrer. It’s been banned to combat the plastics crisis.Anything else banned? No. Another sprinkle of green publicity for ? Yes. Via
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Leah Namugerwa May 19
Yesterday during my bag pick up I found fellow children sent by their parents to throw plastic bags at this site. I educated them the dangers of plastics and they joined me in the pick up instead. They promised to talk to their parents about the same.
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Phys.org 56m
Researchers find oil does not damage or clog whale , but does
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Nestle Waters HQ May 21
Did you know that shipping glass bottles could actually be more expensive than bottles? Listen to Leon Farahnik, CEO of recycling company explains why.
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Green Planet 11m
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Circular Economy Daily May 18
- Rwanda is aiming to be the world’s first plastic-free country. - Kenya’s efforts, initiated in 2017, have led to a “visibly cleaner” country.
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Unilever May 21
Until now, black bottles have been impossible to mechanically detect and sort for . But we’ve developed a way of doing it. And we’re making the technology and approach available to all.
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GAIA US/Canada 19h
Burning plastic in incinerators enables producers to keep making more of the stuff, polluting communities in the process. This take/make/waste model has got to stop. Instead of burning plastic, let's !
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