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PERMATERI Jul 12
Is it possible to make products that are truly never obsolete?
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PyrexPartyPixie 12h
This is so true, as anyone who lives near the sea will know. That’s why we need to take care of it, as it so often takes care of us.
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Natascha Kampusch 23h
Hoffentlich liegen dann nicht überall Glasflaschen und am Strand.🏕🏝🗺🛤🍯🍾
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Recycle for Essex Jul 21
79% of the plastic waste ever created is in the environment.
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BlueRay T-Shirts Jul 20
Out now on Blue Ray T-Shirts the new plastic planet charity tee. We donate for each sale. Let’s get rid of plastic in the ocean!
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C&M Waste Management Jul 20
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Werner Boote Jul 19
Plastic waste Dominican Republic
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Neil Postlethwaite Jul 19
Maybe this will be part of the answer, although we still need to massively reduce consumption
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Neil Postlethwaite Jul 19
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Vanderbilt Center for Science Outreach Jul 19
High praise from former EPA regional administrator for an article by our postdoc ! Check it out!
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Robin Lewis Jul 19
There’s a new label to help shoppers reduce consumption - “Finally, shoppers can be part of the solution not the problem.”
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Rachel McDove Jul 17
This is Hawaii, one of the most beautiful and awesome places on earth. In the words of we all need to do better. Video from
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BlueRay T-Shirts Jul 17
Fresh new design released soon to help clean the world of its plastic problem. Donations going to aplasticplanet. Going live soon.
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Taimur T. Malik Jul 15
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Bockwurst Jul 13
TV-TIPP des Tages: "Der Plastik-Fluch - Wie wir unseren Planeten vermüllen" 19:30 Uhr bis 20 Uhr -
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Matt Wilkins Jul 13
If you wanna know more, I HIGHLY recommend reading 's piece in , "The Crying Indian"!
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Les Male Jul 13
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The Plastic Poachers Jul 13
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Sashka Ⓥ Jul 13
There is simply too many of us and these almost 7.7 bln are consuming too much.
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Mariah Blake Jul 12
The data just keeps piling up.
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