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My Eco Legacy
I blog about small lifestyle tweaks that make a big impact on the ecological legacy we leave behind for the next generation.
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Afroz Shah Jul 18
Shame on me . Shame on us . Ocean , fishes , bird's all suffering becos of our choices . Let's fill out houses with plastic trash and feel the pain of these fragile eco sysytem. Trash in paradise: Tonnes of plastic spoil Dominican - newsR VIDEO
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The Story of Stuff Jul 19
"I don’t want the corporations to feel like they’re getting off easily just by eliminating plastic straws. I hope this is the first step.” RT if you want companies to eliminate all single-use plastic and not just plastic straws!
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My Eco Legacy Jul 18
I just got my order. Why do your bandanas for come wrapped in plastic when your others don’t? Isn’t the purpose of these to reduce plastic in our oceans? This is a big oversight.
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My Eco Legacy Jul 18
I am new to Thrive Market and am really disappointed to see that you have gone with plastic for packing your foods over glass jars. I realize they weigh less for shipping but they are bad for the environment and our health.
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My Eco Legacy Jul 17
Replying to @THRIVEmkt
Thanks! I would love to see it as it own filter long-term but for now, I will look at those. Thanks!
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Heal the Bay 🦈 Jul 16
Please skip the seashell souvenirs on your next trip. It's a highly destructive industry.
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My Eco Legacy Jul 17
Will you consider adding a filter on packaging type? I don’t like to buy food packaged in plastic and want to filter my results by “compostable packaging” or “glass packaging” only. That is a core value for me.
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The Story of Stuff Jul 15
Yes, you read that right. The oil industry is responsible for the overproduction of single-use plastic.
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Plastic Pollutes Jul 16
Disability-Friendly Alternatives to Plastic Straws
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Sloane Marlowe Jul 12
Conscientiously having a but taking a vacation and worried about how to finish strong while traveling light? Check out this great piece by Kara Allen () on plastic-free travel at the blog:
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Plastic Pollutes Jul 13
How to Travel Plastic-Free
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My Eco Legacy Jul 13
Why does your bottle say “all glass no plastic” when you use plastic lids? Have you considered packaging changes to switch to metal lids?
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Anne-Marie Bonneau Jul 8
"To solve the coffee cup waste problem, we already have what we need in our own cupboards and thrift stores."
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5 Gyres Jul 3
Looks like we're not the only ones going !
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Lonely Whale Jul 1
Today, ’s ban on plastic straws and cutlery, announced during our campaign last September, goes into full effect! This makes Seattle the largest US city to ban the plastic straw For A . 🎥
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Litterati Jul 1
Are you up for the challenge? (Hint: You Are) 👉
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Treading My Own Path Jun 30
Plastic Free July starts tomorrow! I took part in my first Plastic Free July back in 2012, and every year I share some insights into what I learned. If you'd like some gentle advice on how to get started (that includes absolutely no shopping lists!)...
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MoneyVoice Jun 27
Congrats, Litterati! Massive data = massive change.
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Anne-Marie Bonneau Jun 25
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Plastic Pollutes Jun 25
Mumbai has the become the largest Indian city to ban single-use plastics
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