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Aditya Dubey Oct 22
We had hoped that will be a gracious host but barricades & police welcomed us at PVR.Finally they confirmed that will not use at any of their theatres & if v find it anywhere we can raise it with them. So pls raid PVR in ur city, check & let us knw.
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A Plastic Planet Oct 22
Another city is stepping up to make a commitment against . The UK is a world leader, we should be actively banning in as many ways as possible 🚫 What plastic item would you like to see removed from our shops?
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Shobha Karandlaje Oct 20
not just destroys our planet, it has become a common reason for the death of many cattles. To save our earth PM Ji has waged a war against plastic, calling out for a ban on . Let's say & save our environment & Animals!
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CBIC Oct 22
Plastic Se Yaari, Gulami Hai Humari : It takes over 500 years for a plastic bag to degrade. Say NO TO SINGLE USE OF PLASTIC BAGS for a healthy and clean environment.
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Poonamben Maadam Oct 18
Let us take the pledge together to stop as mother nature deserves much better.
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Green Governance Initiative Oct 21
*This post contains sensitive content* This video shows us how single-use plastic not only destroys our planet but also becomes one of the primary reasons for the harm caused by cattle.
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Dhirendra Singh Oct 22
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Gujarat Information Oct 21
2 million plastic bags are suffocating our planet everyday. Say NO TO SINGLE USE OF PLASTIC BAGS for a healthy and clean environment.
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Zac Hollis 1h
Today I used my reusable cup from for the first time. Here’s to cutting down single use plastic and reducing waste.....and I saved 20rs.
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Nancy Birtwhistle Oct 18
I’m waging war on single use plastic items around my home. This “single use” is quite acceptable 😉
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Lonely Whale Oct 18
Every minute one garbage truck full of plastic enters our ocean. By 2050 scientists estimate there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish (by weight). But there's still time to . RT to pledge to refuse . 🎥 IG: captainpotter
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Biplab Kumar Deb Oct 18
After the Janata Darbar programme at Karbook, Gomti Dist had lunch with the officials and local people. Today's lunch was served on banana leaf & water served on bamboo glasses. I really appreciate this effort by the organisers. We all should stop using
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MoEF&CC Oct 20
Let’s make a switch from plastic to reusable products & aim to make free from
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PIB India Oct 19
Animal Husbandry Startup Grand Challenge to scout for innovative and commercially viable solutions to address the problems faced by the animal husbandry and dairy sector. The challenge is open at ➡️
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Joe Boughner 16h
Someone on our street had a Conservative lawn sign and has pulled it out and put it out for garbage collection today. A little too on the nose, no?
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Aditya Dubey Oct 17
. pls see the picture below. Does it not worry u? U live in the same environment & will suffer the consequences of plastic poisoning, so why do u continue with this? Why do u hv to force 16yr olds to fight u in court? Why not giv up on ur own.
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Mansukh Mandaviya Oct 15
Happy to met who left his job to help spread a message against ! He drive bicycle all the way from Gujarat to Delhi stopping at various places to discuss with people & make them take a pledge against Single use plastic. Best wishes!
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NMDC Limited Oct 15
Plastic water bottles were replaced with copper ones for office uses at Corporate office in Hyderabad recently. An initiative worth to acknowledge and inspire for banning .
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Aditya Dubey Oct 20
2 days to go to . As we get ready to protest against unabated use of by .They refuse to make a public statement tht they will stop using it.They think it’s a David Vs Goliath which v ordinary citizens cant win.Time to tell thm they r wrong
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westillhavehope 13h
it’s not too difficult to bring a lunch box right? if we do so, we can greatly reduce the amount of single use plastic! and save the earth!
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