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Patricia Heaton Dec 16
Wow. That story on is SO disturbing. What can be done?!
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Checkout Ireland 4m
Finnish food group , who produce , has announced its goal to phase out the in its consumer products by the end of 2023.
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EcoPod Kiosks 38m
Plastic production is set to double over the next 20 years. But awareness of the plastic pollution crisis continues to rise. People & businesses around the world are standing up & working towards solutions. Together, we can make a difference.
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SurfersAgainstSewage 3h
Every day we wait for action we witness more whales, sea birds and marine life dying from ingesting . There are proven models for Deposit Return Schemes that capture and recycle up to 98% of drinks containers. Five years is too long to wait.
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Yash Kapadia 18m
Homosapiens are not the only species on this planet. Polluting water kills the life it holds beneath.
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Reloop Platform 1m
With increased awareness around , it's no surprise that the winning international statistic of 2018 was 90.5% - the proportion of waste that has never been recycled.
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Cambridge University 12m
Congratulations to , who will be leading a project on circular economy approaches to eliminate waste.
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XCII 7h
Replying to @CFCFutbol_
First game???? And you call yourself a fan? Pffffff .... nah joke bro, enjoy
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China Daily 9m
New Zealand's regulations for mandatory phase out of single-use shopping bags will take effect from July 1, 2019.
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Circular Economy for Plastics 11m
Towards a in the packaging value chain. 's central premise as outlined by partners and in today!
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Practical Action Publishing 2h
2018 announced!📢 The winning International Statistic is 90.5%: The % of waste that has never been recycled. We are diving straight into the bookshop to find out how to do our bit to ensure it is not the top statistic of 2019!
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SAFETY4SEA 40m
Port of Amsterdam to accommodate new plastics recycling plant
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EcoPod Kiosks 30m
90.5 percent – the % of plastic waste that has never been recycled – named Britain's Royal Statistical Society's international statistic of the year. Recycling as a solution to pollution isn't working. What will work? Reduce its use.
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Essex & Suffolk Water 3h
90.5% of waste that has never been recycled - this is the international of the year. That's why it's so important to get the app, carry a reusable bottle and make use of all the places signes up to offer tap water for free.
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BC SPCA / BCSPCA 17h
= dinner parties 🎄. While celebrating, make sure you cut your six-pack rings before disposing of them. Keep this and our 7 tips in mind to make the holidays more wildlife-friendly:
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Simon Wilson 1h
was all this really necessary for just 7 chocolates. Reduce your planet legacy please.
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GENeva Environment 55m
in the mountains ⛰🏔 Documents, video, photos & summary of the event we organized on International 2018 available at
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Cognito Amsterdam 2h
7 (realistic) predictions about fintech in 2019 Trend #2 (We won’t see the end of plastic, but the industry will move in that direction, especially with contactless technology.)
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SuperNatural 6h
Replying to @campbellsuz
Buy less buy better & ! Jiminy specializes in non toxic Children’s/adults goods crafts crayon pastels, playpress mini sets, cotton reusable drawstring gift bags, free brown paper stickytape with us this Sat ❤️ a recommend -anyone seeking last minute 🎁
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HSM UK Ltd 5h
As we move away from based , the must consider the use of alternative materials. Simon Ellin, of the , provides insight into UK sustainability & how in-house cardboard perforation could be the way forward:
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