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Debbie Levin May 14
RT if you agree: We must stop treating our rivers, lakes, and oceans like global garbage cans.
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UNEP/CMS May 11
Today is ! cover thousands of kilometres overcoming natural obstacles but end up falling victim to . Give them a chance to survive – “Protect Birds: Be the Solution to !“
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Nicoletta Primo May 19
Yes, there's an avocado in there somewhere. What is the NEED for all this packaging ?
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Enviro. Media Assoc. May 15
😳. Graphic via Sustainable Corner.
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MelissaJayne xoxo💋 May 15
Say no to plastic single use bags... if you want to use plastic try using a proper handbag made from plastic & make sure before purchasing that you will definitely keep reusing it! Or just buy a tote even better!🌏
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Ketto May 13
A river in is filled to the brim with plastic bottles. 😢 Via
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Monty Dogge May 15
Replying to @AXAUK @AXAResearchFund
We are doing free school visits to share our book which is a gentle introduction to
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Blue Planet Society May 16
On the beaches of the tiny Cocos (Keeling) Islands, population 600, marine scientists found 977,000 shoes and 373,000 toothbrushes.
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ap May 16
This video was made for my science project, but Let’s Start Talking.
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Blue Planet Society 3h
Stomach of young sperm whale "completely full, swollen with plastic".
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Quirks & Quarks May 17
We need plastics — how do we avoid choking the planet with them?
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Natalie Bennett May 19
"Recycleable" does not mean "going to be recycled". demands an end to most single-use plastic. is choking the planet & using up its resources
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Little Green Space 🐝 May 18
Plastic cutlery, cotton buds, straws... the EU is banning single-use plastic consumer items from 2021, to tackle that's ruining oceans, beaches and landscapes, doesn't biodegrade, and often never gets recycled
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Enviro. Media Assoc. May 18
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Earth Conscious May 11
'Attenborough effect' leads to 53% drop in single use plastic
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Debbie Levin May 18
RT if you agree: Our convenience shouldn’t come at the expense of our planet and animals.
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Back From Midnight 🌏🌲🌿🌱🐠🐾🐄🐖♻️Ⓥ May 17
"More than 414 million pieces of plastic debris are estimated to be currently sitting on the Cocos Keeling Islands, weighing a remarkable 238 tons."
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Lat-Imperial | ICL 8h
Mr Inty Grønneberg is the next keynote, presenting “Ocean Clean-Up - Tackling the Galapagos Island plastic Problem”
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ETIA 13h
Focus on the together with . See us live on the Télématin in France-2 👉🏻
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Liz Bonnin 14h
“Petrochemical and plastic industries plan massive expansion in production.” This is astounding. The planet’s health is failing in front of our very eyes. Have we learnt nothing?
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