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Robb Edwards 🌱 Aug 5
is more formidable for than many think it is Up to 14 million Tonnes of Plastics enter the annually in larger items or as micro-plastics and could be with us for generations
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farhad kaiser 21h
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ESGmark_official Aug 6
There has been a 20% increase in the volume of plastic waste produced by UK households in lockdown according to waste management company Veolia. At ESGmark® we are challenging ourselves to find areas where we can make improvements.
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nicola white mudlark Aug 1
After tripping over it, I just followed a trail of fishing line for at least 100m along the Thames foreshore, & with all the seagulls & other birds it could have been lethal to them.If youre fishing on the Thames or anywhere dont let this happen
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Ella Daish Aug 6
People think that tampons with cardboard applicators are plastic-free. However, most conventional tampons, whether big name brands or supermarket ranges, whether they come with a plastic or cardboard applicator, have a polyester veil.
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Galapagos Conservation Trust Aug 3
is one of the most pressing issues facing marine wildlife. To raise awareness GCT has developed a free six-part activity session aimed at 7-11 year olds for teachers, parents and carers to do with their children and students. Download:
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Mike Kelly Aug 6
My tale of a jumbo lingcod head and the wonderful world of plastic bags in the current North Coast Journal:
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Ver Valley Society Aug 6
Did our bit for the 's big brother today. A to remove a pile of . Once you love the water environment you can't let it go!
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Earth Day Network Aug 4
If our answer to has always been to recycle, why do we still have such a big problem? Maybe it’s because we’re focusing on recycling instead of the source of the problem: the industries making all that plastic.
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Blue Planet Society Aug 5
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Changing Streams Aug 4
If we don’t act now it’s our children who will shoulder the burden. Join us, support us and be part of the solution
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saurav singh 10h
Look how humans have evolved 💔💔💔
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Peter Lidstone Jul 29
➿Replying to We got your back, Gretchen. 'Cause uncle Billy bARR sure as hell doesn't!😬😮🌊🌊🇺🇸🇺🇸
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Spotlight Aug 5
PPE littering our coastline - 'we're collecting, on average, one disposable wipe a minute.'
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Rethink Plastic Aug 6
Everyone loves "bio" but what does it actually mean? In "bioplastic" is used to describe bio-based plastics &/or compostable &/or biodegradable plastics. But they have very different realities! Making single-use “bio” does not solve ! Go !
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Ryan Hodgson Aug 4
Clean our rivers, decrease the amount of plastic in our oceans! This is pretty cool...
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Blue Planet Society Aug 6
If you eat marine wildlife and it doesn't bother you that the fishing industry is destroying the ocean, this might grab your attention. 🤢
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LIVE GAEA Aug 5
“The fight against climate change took a beating with the outbreak of the virus, as protective equipment made of plastic became crucial. But it’s time we realise that it’s as important to save the planet as one’s health.”
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Blue Planet Society Aug 4
200 devices, running without downtime for 130 years would only reduce global floating plastic debris by 44,900 metric tonnes—just over 5% of the estimated global total by the end of that period.
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Yo Workplace Aug 5
Remote working supports environmental protection. Drastic reduction in the quantity of paper and plastic used for packaging of food and beverages is seen
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