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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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DW - Environment Aug 10
Two Chilean engineers presented a water-soluble grocery bag completely free of oil derivates in an effort to stop
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Maria E. Donnellan Mella Ⓥ 🌱 Aug 13
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Time2GoGreen Aug 16
How Australia prevents storm drain trash from reaching the rivers, lakes and ocean 😍 🇦🇺👏🏼
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Debbie Levin Aug 13
RT if you think our oceans deserve better. We all must do our part to avoid single-use items.
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Angie Aug 19
This video of a beach in the Dominican Republic highlights how serious the issue of has become. Recycling, on its own, is not the solution. The most effective way to stop single use plastic from becoming pollution is to stop producing & using it.
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Glen Gilmore 🚀 Aug 18
A disposable bag looks and feels like — but dissolves in water 💦 via
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Bird Bros Eggs Aug 15
Recently our Packing Centre has been trialing ‘paper based tape’ for sealing the outer boxes we send to our customers. This is an effort towards a reduction in single use plastic used by our business in the future.
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Tamara Aug 15
Soooooo tell me again how getting rid of plastic straws is better for the environment when you put them in a plastic bag??? Wow! Stupidity at its finest!! Roflmao
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Umaima Mehtab Aug 10
This can we make a change & not use plastic bags to distribute meat? Do not buy plastic bags this time. is a serious issue. Earth can't really take it anymore. We've been using aluminium containers for this purpose & it's amazing. Try it this Eid.
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Afroz shah Aug 18
Week 148. Chronicle. Dear Turtle, is creating havoc in ur habitat and food habits. On Behalf of humans, we want to make amends. We want to make sure - - You don't swallow plastic. - You don't get entangled in plastic. We do our bit.
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We Love Economics Aug 14
Seriously, what kind of PROGRESS is this? -INDUSTRIAL revolution -DIGITAL revolution and NOW -PLASTIC revolution!!😳
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Philippa Anderson 22h
Easy to see how 80% of marine comes from land when you see ready to roll into drain ⁦
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Debbie Levin 1h
Meanwhile in the ocean, here’s that plastic bottle you “threw away” ten years ago.
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Competitive Enterprise Institute Aug 14
Banning plastic straws here in America will have virtually no positive environmental impact. 95% of plastic waste enters oceans from 10 rivers in Asia and Africa. What it will do.. is drive up costs for consumers.
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Enviro. Media Assoc. Aug 14
RT if you agree: Our oceans are not global garbage cans. Let's stop treating them as if they are. Video via Global Citizen.
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Verts-Moncton-Greens Aug 18
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Freya Cohen Aug 16
Just got back from Boomtown, was quite an experience! Found out some things . . .
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Randy Aug 15
World's largest beach clean up, Versova, Mumbai, India. There is always Hope!
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Too Rare To Wear 14h
Leatherback found dead off Gozo, ‘weakened because of ingested plastics, died of pneumonia’ - @TheMaltaIndependent
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