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Jess OrdΓ³Γ±ez Apr 18
it might difficult to believe but that murky sky you see outside today is toxic pollution 😷 please take necessary precautions and avoid outdoor exercise (anything over AQI 50 is harmful)
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GVI 4m
This is heartwarming story shows there is no age barrier stopping people from thinking about important environmental topics. Learn how a six year old from England inspired her local council to think about improving air quality:
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Rebecca Herbert Apr 23
These machines are designed to clean the ocean from trash This is a great idea! We need this everywhere.
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World Economic Forum Apr 24
India has 22 of the world's 30 most polluted cities. πŸ”Ž Learn more about pollution in India:
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World Economic Forum Apr 20
The world produces about 300 million tonnes of plastic a year. πŸ“• Read more:
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Shivam Patel 17m
Replying to @journoshivs
The real issue here is to find and implement an eco-friendly and affordable alternative to these furnaces. Considering the relatively high level of in -NCR, there should be a more active approach towards tackling sensitive issues like these.
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Dev pokhariya 2h
You believe you are not smoker but just see this video.
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World Economic Forum Apr 20
Climate-influenced criminals. πŸ“• Read more:
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The Hindu Apr 21
A recent study has pointed out that the use of firewood, kerosene and coal in the households contributed to about 40% of the PM 2.5 pollution in the Gangetic basin districts.
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ClimateEarth 🌳🌎🌊 πŸ˜πŸ…πŸ³β›ˆοΈ Apr 20
This is the most polluted river in the World. The Citarum River in West Java, Indonesia. πŸ€’πŸŒπŸ’”
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Ecolab Apr 22
Happy ! Every day, Ecolab works to reduce and – and protect the planet. Recycling, repackaging and reformulating our products, we’ve reduced by more than 71 million pounds since 2014.
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South East Steve 23h
BBC News - Easyjet bans nuts on all flights to protect passengers So why can't councils ban FFVs near schools?
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RD U4PH 4h
Air quality in the has been improving since the 1970s, but that progress may be backsliding & 43% of are now living in places where they are breathing unsafe air.
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The Straits Times 11h
Singaporean director of used tyre processing factory charged in Johor's river case
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the rOVerS Apr 23
we need to control pollution
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American Lung Assoc. 2h
Particle can cause . Learn more about particle pollution levels in your area at
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Hippie vs Jocks 31m
Bad air days on rise; Los Angeles most polluted...
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S. Coshal 19h
Always practice your experiments yourself first!!
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The Revelator 4h
Plastic bags and straws get all the press, but cigarette butts are actually the most littered item β€” and they contain toxic chemicals that threaten wildlife and water.
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Marc Suzdak Apr 22
The Real Border Crisis Is the 20 Million Gallons of Sewage Entering the Ocean Per Day-
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