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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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PepsiCo May 16
We’re working to build a world where need never become waste by: ⬇️ Reducing: Minimize the amount of plastics we use ♻️ Recycling: Support a circular economy 💡 Reinventing: Improve our plastics packaging Learn more:
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EU Commission in Ireland 20h
New EU rules on single-use to reduce marine plastic litter have just been approved! The rules will ban single-use plastic plates, cutlery, straws, balloon sticks & cotton buds from 2021. They also include collection targets for plastic bottles:
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zaisubao 23h
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Plastic Soup May 20
Plastic pollution in the oceans is harming bacteria that create 10% of the oxygen we need to breathe, study finds in the oceans may affect the growth pattern and trigger genes linked to stress in these bacteria 😮
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Livvy Drake 1h
Wonderful song written by Horfield primary school on in the oceans for the plastic fishing boat visit launch in with
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Oceana May 12
Here are 7 single-use you can easily stop using RIGHT NOW!
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Eike Bernhard W. Hellmann 14m
Single-use a serious climate change hazard, study warns via ⁦
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Wietse van der Werf 24m
Horrific: 2-foot-long shower hose found inside dead dolphin
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Wietse van der Werf 20h
are sealing the planet’s fate
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MSW Plastics 8h
Trusscore PVC Wall and Ceiling Panelling is designed to satisfy your most demanding expectations. Not only does it meet or exceed all statutory building codes, it also satisfies the stringent requirements of modern hygienic construction.
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University of Sydney May 16
Timor-Leste is set to become the first 'plastics-neutral' economy in the world thanks to catalytic technology developed by Prof Thomas Maschmeyer.
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MIT Alumni 10h
These 3D-printed organic by Neri Oxman PhD '10 naturally decompose:
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Recycle Now May 17
More and more people are recycling from their bathrooms! If you want to get on board why not reuse an old box or basket and turn in into a recycling bin?!
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Christian Bertelsen 13h
“It is a real problem; the world is full of man-made objects. It is about time we took a step back and started clarifying and reevaluating the objects we have put into the world.” Tony Cragg
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@LegallyAbigail 16h
Beyond the . Consumers need to realise are petroleum-based. As we wean off petro-chemicals we need alternatives to plastic.
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David Hulme May 17
Now Ocean Could Be Killing Oxygen-Making Bacteria
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Oceana May 13
isn’t enough to save our oceans from the crisis. 17.6 billion pounds of plastic enters the ocean every year, and only 9% of all plastic waste generated has been recycled. Learn more:
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Cindy 🥀 15h
Technologies for biodegradable and more easily recyclable plastics could help solve our plastic problem
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The Ocean5 May 19
We knew have a big environmental impact but this really puts it into perspective!
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