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Elise Mason Oct 11
Some images to reflect and think about how much we affect the every day with our oblivious or purposeful actions regarding .
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Yasmeen Ali Oct 12
Reference plastic shoppers: But what do we use for dust pin baskets and throwing out garbage in (the big black bags) for trucks to collect (from kichen)
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ManuheManuhorBabe Oct 8
A small district in is creating a sort of ripple effect that is set to change and reduce our carbon footprint on Earth. How? Read 👇
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ଦୀପକ କର Oct 9
For last three days in I am trying to find some plastic trash!! Believe me, India must learn how to change individual attitude and successfully enforcing .
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#BenTheBullTerrier Oct 13
Even I have adopt the habit of picking up plastic
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Kaleigh Oct 12
I went to for my weekly shop which is my preferred place for bargains and also mostly local products. BUT WHY must you wrap every fruit and veg item in PLASTIC? Broccoli, bananas, mushrooms are staples that DO NOT NEED to be bound in shite plastic wrapping!
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P I E R R E™ Oct 13
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P I E R R E™ Oct 13
Took this video of fisherman passing all the plastic to catch some fish
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viewindia Oct 10
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Badar Mahmood Oct 11
Isn't Hon'ble PM using plastic bag ?
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Ritu Gupta Oct 9
Can anyone suggest me an alternative of garbage bags. Your answer would be valuable.
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Sara Hayat Oct 13
I write on the & invite you to consider whether an imperfect ban is better than no ban at all. Or was there a middle ground the government by-passed in haste?
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Animal Rebellion Oct 8
This is what it looked like when we left Smithfield earlier. Take your litter home (thanks for the images)
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Ministry of Jal Shakti, DoWR,RD,GR Oct 9
We found this picture and the way this fruit vendor is packing the fruits is worth of appreciation.
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Dr Chaitanya Koduri Oct 6
A cloth bag costed 50 rupees A print out to remind me to take the cloth bag everytime I go out to shop costed 1 rupee The expression on the vendor face when I said I don't need plastic bag- Priceless!
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dhinal chavda Oct 12
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Anandsingh Oct 12
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Saroop Chattopadhyay ~ স্বরূপ চট্টোপাধ্যায় Oct 12
My question is how come ji using bag when he imposes from ? Also lghts/speakers are covered with in
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JOEHOPESY Oct 10
Every time I walk into the grocery store & they have that huge stack of water bottles by the entrance; all I can think is damn, them shits is about to be on Earth for the next 450 years, and when those run out, there will be a whole new batch in a couple days.
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Vikas Kolage Oct 12
Replying to @rautarchanared1
Why don't government ban on plastic manufacturing rather ban on using it. ....
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