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Maria E. Donnellan Mella β“‹ 🌱 Aug 13
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City to Sea Aug 8
Fancy winning a 100% skincare package filled with lots of goodies worth over Β£100? Thanks to our friends from organics you can! πŸ™Œ Just RT this post telling us why you'd like to take it home! 😍
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Gabrielle Aug 11
One positive side effect of ... I'm not eating "bad" snacks anymore (:'( paprika crisps) and have to cycle around town to get plastic-free products. That's the exercise for the day sorted, so no need of a gym membership. Today's shopping =17km cycle.
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Evan Kirstel Aug 8
A disposable bag looks and feels like β€”Β but dissolves in water
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Christina V. Aug 5
Very good poster! Should hang in every secondary school class room!
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Blue Planet Society Aug 12
France to set penalties on goods packaged with non-recycled plastic in 2019
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Blue Planet Society Aug 7
Unchanged for 400 million years, even the 'living fossil' coelacanth isn't immune from our trash. Not the best advertising for .
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Dee NΓ­ Choch Aug 11
refill shop, Twig in Clonakilty which opened it's doors yesterday, & you can get here
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Tree House Bookshop Aug 11
Just ordered paper bags - not carriers, just flat paper bags - paper carriers aren't strong enough for books. People do want plastic carrier bags, but when the current supply runs out, they'll have to bring their own! I am also ordering cotton totes to sell.
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Precision Homes Aug 5
Guatemala πŸ‡¬πŸ‡Ή is stopping waste from entering the sea by using biofence barriers. An innovation to help clean up polluted seas & oceans.
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Liv Gillan Aug 7
If you had to give up one piece of disposable plastic you used each day, what would it be? For me it was coffee cups, and next its produce bags
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Remi Parmentier Aug 14
REMEMBER: Always leave the beach cleaner than you’d found it.
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Dr. Kash Sirinanda Aug 6
β€œImagine creating a world that is driven by economic, social and environmental sustainability; a world in which we can be proud of ourselves. Time to rethink ~ ”
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Blue Ocean Action πŸ‹ 17h
We must all be part of the change need
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Drowning Our Oceans Aug 12
Thank you New Zealand for completely banning plastic bags! Always knew I liked you guys:) Shockingly around 1 million plastic bags are still used globally every minute, being in use on average for only 15 minutes:( Such a waste.
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Randy 20h
World's largest beach clean up, Versova, Mumbai, India. There is always Hope!
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Plastic Free Faversham 10h
Got questions about our campaign? Want inspiration about how you can become ? Want to know more about Plastic Free Towns? Come and visit us on Saturday, we will be there all day and we would love to chat !
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Alison Rose Aug 9
Gingerbread wrapped in whales beeswax wrap
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Cath Cooper #PlasticFreeJuly Aug 9
Yesterday peanut butter..... Today Strawberry Jam...... Tomorrow the world!!!!
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SurfersAgainstSewage 14h
Get your children ready for the new school year with their very own reusable bottle. It could even save you an average of Β£300-400 a year on single-use bottles. Find out more about the lifestyle at
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