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Mission Blue Oct 16
An entire boat was built, using only plastic found in ocean clean ups, by Kenyan islanders to help highlight the amount of plastic that ends up in the sea. via
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr Oct 17
Wow! New research shows in 90% of the table salt brands sampled worldwide.
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Debbie Levin Oct 17
How many photos like this do we need to see before we stop treating our oceans like garbage cans? This poor seal is stuck with a discarded plastic fishing net around its neck. Photo by Colin Edwards.
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Jake the Snake VIPer 2h
Just how has got to be as bad as it is? You'd be surprised just how many of the things you use on a daily basis contain ! Be aware, do all good on the planet, and all good will come to you xJake
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Darren Naish 3h
Replying to @TetZoo
Some parts of the beach are a total disaster. After hours of collecting crap, you still don't feel that you've made much of a difference. The syringe is not mine. I found 3 this time.
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Enviro. Media Assoc. Oct 19
Could you pass me the microplastics, please? "Microplastics found in 90% of table salt"
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Matthew Whitfield 32m
Why do nearly all the items in a delivered shop come in their own plastic bag? I’m sure the sandwich ham would have been fine in just one plastic case. Veg fine loose, or at least all in one bag. You ever watch blue planet?Why do you hate whales?
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Haddon Dene School 6m
We are so proud of Maxie. He did a beach clean at Minnis Bay this morning. What a positive role model for us all!
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DGC 2h
Reaching out to the community with environmental awareness. A massive clean up was done by our team together with the Thashback and members of the community of Quarry road.
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TheWaddells74 3h
Out at silverlink a lot of plastic coffee cups and bottles on the ground and this massive plastic sheet come on pick your plastic up everyone ,,,
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Sophie Neville 1h
collected n AR the Solent shoreline in ⁦⁩ today. What could you do to control ⁩ ⁦⁦
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Eco Waste Oct 19
Sign up to today. We must all work together to protect our beautiful world and stop for good. The time is now fellow Eco Warriors! 🌍♻️
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Lauren 22h
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Darren Naish 4h
Replying to @TetZoo
My collection involves huge numbers of fragments of plastic confectionary wrappers, plastic bags, discarded toiletries, millions of polystyrene fragments..
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One Young World 10h
"In the face of seemingly overwhelming global challenges, there are people who muster the courage to speak up and take action" says delegate on . 🙌🌍 📹 Watch live:
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Moshi Moshi Oct 19
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Doing Things Differently Oct 18
UK recycling industry under investigation for fraud and corruption As world is about to close the door on UK packaging waste, we have to learn to take responsibility for our rubbish - stop making so much!
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Ellen Stewart 11h
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CampaigningKids Oct 11
stop putting plastic in our oceans. cup, spoon, plate, bag.
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Justine Ammendolia 1h
Spending Saturday to put together my first keynote talk for the 2018 ⁦ Education Summit on October 29th. Incredibly humbled to be given this amazing opportunity to connect with educators from across the US about #⁩planetorplastic
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