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IPEN: toxics-free Aug 6
plastics & toxics “seabird guts finding (toxic) additives (in ) including UV stabilizers & flame retardants, accumulated in the birds’ soft tissue. If a bird eats 15 pieces of plastic trash, it has a 73% chance of being contaminated”
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IPEN: toxics-free Aug 6
Why the future of oil is in chemicals, not fuels With gasoline consumption expected to wane, crude-to-chemicals complexes could dominate the petrochemical industry by the 2020s Read ⬆️Oil & Gas = ⬆️ ⬆️Toxics ⬆️Harm
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IPEN: toxics-free Aug 12
EXPORT BAN In pending “Our waste, our responsibility” - Prime Minister of Australia States and territories agree to ban plastic, paper, glass and tyre waste exports What’s next? Who’s next?
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Dr. Import 5 Nov 15
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IPEN: toxics-free Oct 28
Invisible Threat to Ocean Health: The Dual Menace of Toxic Chemical Pollutants & Plastics
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pisces mascardo 22 Oct 14
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IPEN: toxics-free Aug 19
"The only foolproof way to address the deluge of plastic waste is to reduce its production." Yuyun Ismawati(, IPEN) & Martin Bourque () on Read & share:
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IPEN: toxics-free Aug 14
PVC is a common plastic polymer that releases damaging toxic substances as it breaks down. Time to demand governments stop flow of toxic plastics from industrial sources. Read article on Canadian shellfish industry & PVC ocean pollutants
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Pieter de Rooij 28 Sep 13
This is shocking and appalling, something the entire world should see. Most of us are simply unaware.
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IPEN: toxics-free Aug 19
The Truth Behind the Plastic Curtain: Most Plastic Is Not Recyclable By & In
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Beyond Plastics May 29
Cliff's notes: plastic packaging is harmful to your health so avoid it like the plague & pressure the co's whose products you buy to stop using these in their packaging. Even paper containers may be lined with endocrine-disrupting plastics...
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yuyun ismawati May 29
Some of the waste sent to our countries are not even recyclables. The SEA countries are still struggling to manage their own wastes. Please don't add their burden with
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frizbyman Jun 11
Replying to @CNN @Canada
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Frack Off Fife 26 Jun 18
NO school children shld be placed in harm’s way of this for bid to ride roughshod over communities’ wishes. We said NO U publicly stated at community meets tht U wld adhere to these wishes. 🤨
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CEH 31 Jul 12
Chemicals in plastics have been found to cause yet another health risk!
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Oceanwire Aug 19
Death due to & shock “we need to save the environment to save these rare animals” are responsible for RT
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Plastic Pollutes 22 Sep 17
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Frack Off Fife 28 May 18
Plastic-creating industry should first & foremost, be held to account for what plastics do to the environment. Production of would soon cease, in favour of an environmentally friendly replacement, should corruptorations be held financially responsible.
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InnogroupHK 31 Aug 14
Please let's save the environment AND OURSELVES! technology globally
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yuyun ismawati Oct 1
An excellent coverage on the impact of plastics &microplastics in our environment & wildlife. We need to look further to stop the problem: plastic production & toxic chemicals in plastics
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