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The Food Rush Oct 15
The UK is aiming to reduce household waste by at least 50% by 2020. Here's how we can empower our kids to help reach this goal!
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Paola Gonzalez 3h
Jean-François Archambault had an idea to reduce food waste. It helped feed 2 million people
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ecobirmingham 6m
Great to see this takeaway in Stirchley thinking about plastic waste and reusable containers. Does anyone know of others in the city?
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Jen Gale 5m
Looking for and snack ideas for lunch boxes or the after school snack attack? This homemade malt loaf is easy, delicious, and can be frozen!
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holly🔆 33m
This interview inspired my journey! I once believed that corporations caused climate change and my impact as an individual was negligible. But production is based on what consumers demand, so now I'm reevaluating how my choices can contribute to a sustainable world🌎
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Rescuing Leftover Cuisine 4h
Food Rescue Fact #1: The Bill Emerson Good Samaritan Act protects food donors from legal liability! What's more, organizations can claim tax benefits from donating food that would have otherwise been wasted. Get involved:
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Verto Homes 10m
It may be loathed, but plastic has been heralded as the Material of the Year at the due to a spate of innovations with the would-be rubbish. 👌🎉 Pictured: marble coasters from Weez & Merl made entirely from plastic bags! 🙌
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Kei Smith Oct 15
Money Making Monday! Sales green and community green!
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EcoSense Solutions 3h
Why replace something that isn't broken? Toilets NEVER break down once thrown into a landfill so why not just replace the insides? Contact EcoSense Solutions to learn more about how to save water and money with the perfectly good toilet that you already have.
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ioana 👩‍💻🦊✨ 3h
Bought a gift card from today.. and it came in so much waste of paper.. srly? This makes us happier? 🤨 We should do better than this.. 😢
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abeego 4m
We’re now on the impak marketplace! Get ready for some socio and eco-responsible shopping. Check it out:
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Tijan N'jai-Sealy 20h
Which is the cheaper option for your food shop: plastic or non-plastic wrapping? Have a read of my blog post and find out!
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Paul Noël 6m
Ditching your bags to reduce & work towards being is easy. bags are easy to obtain and there is .
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Paul Noël 24m
Simple things can make big changes happen if we all do the small & simple things & sometimes they are very obvious but we don't see them. I now take my old paper bags back to the shops to buy my bread in, weird I know
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Liliana V. Chinos 12h
Let‘s start to re-think our habits! 🌎🌿
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earth liveing 5h
Top story: : 'Today we held a cake and biscuit sale to raise money for as we continue to help them With thanks to for the donation of cupcakes ' , see more
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Jack McQuibban 2h
Hey seems absurd that 3 peppers covered in plastic is cheaper than 3 peppers without any! Surely you can change this by making it cheaper, or at least the same, to buy veg without the unnecessary plastic?!
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Sustainable Innovations 4h
What we need to create a community?? 🧐♻️🔛
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Time2GoGreen 2h
Looking for ways to reduce your plastic footprint? BYOB (bring your own bag!) Use reusable bags whenever you go shopping. Stash a few in your car or keep one in your purse/backpack so you never forget! 📷📷
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pebbleguides 18m
Want to go but don't live near a zero waste shop? Never fear...these 5 shops are ONLINE and AWESOME.
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Toni Castro-Cosío 27m
Wrapped my snack in and created 😉
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