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Goplasticfree.org Aug 6
I know this sounds like a lie, but for real... You do not need plastic wrap.
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Goplasticfree.org Aug 6
Every year, 8 million more tons of plastic enter our oceans. Here are 10 things you can do right now to help end .
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WeSea Aug 5
Old fibreglass boats are releasing and such as heavy metals across the world, and proving to be a health risk to , , and habitats
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ASCIMEDIA 23h
ASCI's , an internationally acclaimed expert in urban development issues, co-authored an article on crisis. featured it today.
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Adrian Davey 16h
The life of a trainer is sometimes monotonous stock counting, repair and maintenance of switches and sockets 😔 switches are quite neat for our purposes. Instead of having to throw the whole switch, I can just change out the module reducing
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Bioplastics H2020 Aug 6
Civil society & public authorities can join network to tackle in your . We support you via approaches, methods & pilot initiatives. You can register at:
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Aditya Dubey 16h
. Hope that flooding caused by made u realize what u hv accomplished.A major coz of this flooding is choking of drains by created by irresponsible citizens like u. made u the super🌟 that u r & U hv made Mumbai what it is today.Bravo👏🏻
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GivingWay🌍 Aug 5
From Waste to Wealth project ♻️🌍💪🇹🇿 This Tanzanian NGO is turning plastic waste into paving blocks and floor tiles:
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WeSea Aug 1
Lovely doing a at the Red Sea with our amazing volunteers. Managed to fill many buckets full of a great success and a little less in the #
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IPEN: toxics-free 10h
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ByFusion Aug 4
Meet ByBlock - the superstar of ByFusion - a construction block made of 22 lbs of . Follow along as we show you all the things you can build - benches, walls, sheds. What will you build??
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Reswirl Aug 6
We need to act now. Join us in the fight against plastic pollution in our oceans. Sign up to help us make the change!
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Eco Bravo Aug 5
More than 200,000 tonnes of tiny plastic particles are blown from roads into the oceans every year, according to research. The analysis focused on the tiny particles produced by tyres and brake pads as they wear down.🚗
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Africa Sustainability Matters 14h
♻️ This Community Based organization, Slum Go Green, is building a mushroom farm house using recycled plastic bottles. The group sensitizes the importance of proper . -
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Eva Grobbink Aug 4
Interested in in ? One of our grantees is looking for experiment participants! Develop novel ideas to address the problem or to increase the quality of life for the elderly. More here:
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Advocates for Clean & Clear Waterways Aug 5
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3 Pieces of Plastic Aug 4
Picked these bits up in Port Soderick glen this morning. There are bins everywhere here so no excuses
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Goplasticfree.org 13h
Looks like at least some companies are coming to their senses and realizing that is not the solution to COVID-19.
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ECOBARTER™ Aug 5
Tell us what happens to your bottles after use...
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luxecycled Aug 6
We love this fab recycled perspex jewellery from designer Sue Gregor, making something beautiful from . To keep it out of landfill, our rivers and seas, we need to find creative ways to save and reuse plastic. Jewellery using 100% materials and real plants.
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