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Natalie Bennett Jul 7
"We don’t have a sustainable system to deal with the compostable plastics finding their way into our daily lives." Not the answer. It has to be ending nearly all single-use plastics.
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Elise Mason Jul 7
The in the Pacific Ocean is now 3 times the size of France. This Let's buy less not more.
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Joanna Cooke Jul 10
The gift shop at seems more than a bit at odds with their message
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GreenGrowthPlatform Jul 8
Spotted this guy on seafront today - can we have more along the coast?
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Shawn P. Mitchell 1h
Leather made from pineapples, not animal skin, is making its way into fashion circles. It is biodegradable and lacks the plastic of nylon, polyester, and acrylic. About 60% of the clothing in the world is made of plastic.
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Eleanor Grant Jul 13
Pleased to see that Tim Hortons at Conestoga Mall doesn't hand you a plastic straw. Most ppl still take one, but I usually have some spare ones with me. You can reuse them many times.
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Oxford CastleQuarter Jul 10
We're keen to reduce at Oxford Castle Quarter, now ONLY use recyclable, paper straws in its café! Did you know that for a plastic straw which lasts for minutes in your glass, it will take centuries to finally decompose?
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Natalie Bennett Jul 13
We should be thinking about banning the use of the word "recycleable" in advertising. It does not mean "going to be recycled". Or even that you actually can.
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Alis Daniela Torres 18h
Plastic waste in the ocean show how bad manage their waste. Citizens also have responsibility to put in the respective container. But if they don’t have the option!
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Wild Nature Jul 14
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Gouki in Japan 20h
Shout out to for switching to paper straws.
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ASASE Foundation Jul 11
Our own Hilda Addah is preparing the launch of the plastic waste collection pilot SESA Recycling. We are implementation partner to C-Propre, a French start-up whos proved its concept in Côte d’Ivoire. SESAN WO SUBAN! CHANGE YOUR BEHAVIOUR!
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Robert J. Chen 6h
Why You're Probably Inhaling 11 Tiny Bits of Plastic Per Hour
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IFST 19h
Have you read the latest from Food Science & Technology magazine? Caroline Wood asks whether bioplastics are the solution to tackle plastic waste
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Think Sustainability Jul 9
In recent days, over 40 tonnes of has been removed from the ! A mix of plastics have been removed but it’s just a tiny fraction of what’s there! However, a number of projects to remove more plastic from our oceans are underway!
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payal kapoor Jul 11
Whale sculpture made from plastic waste, Budapest
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Mark Kift 19h
Our public accessible tap is now available. Just the signage to go. This is a first for Blaenau Gwent. BG on the move walkers can refill water bottles, sit on the chatty bench and enjoy our wildflowers. Thanks to BGC and NRW for funding
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The Beaverton Jul 14
Quick-thinking beachgoers save Elizabeth May trapped in plastic six ring pack
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Wild Nature Jul 14
Every year over 8 million tons of plastic enters our oceans.
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Mark Brewster Jul 13
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