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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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Plastic Pollutes Sep 17
Half of dead baby sea turtles found by Australian scientists have stomachs full of plastic
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The Story of Stuff Project Sep 21
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Afroz shah Sep 20
Week 153. Last night , 35,000 citizens at the beach celebrating Ganesh Visarjan. We - Citizens and BMC - worked all night for 9 hours. At 3 .00 am , we leave the beach -as it was - before the arrival of Citizens. Hard work to protect ourselves
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The Story of Stuff Project Sep 11
The Ocean Cleanup will pick up some of the floating debris in the ocean but it will not pick up microplastic, could entrap animals, and doesn't stop plastic pollution at the source. RT if you'd rather support a systemic solution.
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My Eco Legacy Sep 11
Replying to @ZeroWasteChef
Its not exactly the same especially for serving gluten intolerant friends. Have you ever tried Flackers? They are gluten free, 100% flax seed crackers flavored with ACV and spices. I think they must be easy to recreate but might require a dehydrator.
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My Eco Legacy Sep 11
Replying to @ZeroWasteChef
Do you have any flax seed cracker recipes for someone who doesn’t have a dehydrator?
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Plastic Pollutes Aug 30
Tweet to support in California! For our 🌊 🐠 and 🌎
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Kathryn Kellogg Aug 30
So glad to see that repair cafes are becoming more and more common. Several popping up in the Bay Area too! "The repair cafes waging war on throwaway" culture
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Kathryn Kellogg Aug 29
Every piece of plastic ever created still exists.
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Anne-Marie Bonneau Aug 30
Over "8,000 litres of water have been dispensed in under a month from two drinking fountains installed at Liverpool Street Station – equal to 16,000 standard bottles of water."...
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The Story of Stuff Project Aug 26
Plastic: - Toxic to manufacture - Used for a few minutes - Ends up in the environment - Takes centuries to decompose Join us and the movement as we conduct a global brand audit to hold corporate plastic polluters accountable!
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The Story of Stuff Project Aug 23
The Cora Ball is a good solution to the microfiber problem, but wouldn't it be great if brands stopped producing clothes that shed microfibres in the first place? RT if you agree!!
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5 Gyres Aug 23
"Kroger, the nation's largest grocery chain, will phase out the use of plastic bags in its stores by 2025. The grocer orders about 6 billion bags each year."
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5 Gyres Aug 21
The time in now to rethink our use of plastic altogether! Microfibers are showing up everywhere, at an increasing rate. The time to change is now!
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Plastic Pollutes Aug 19
Earth Has a Hidden Plastic Problem—Scientists Are Hunting It Down
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My Eco Legacy Aug 20
Beer, Drinking Water And Fish: Tiny Plastic Is Everywhere -
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My Eco Legacy Aug 18
Replying to @mtbachelor
The link doesn’t seem to be working...
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My Eco Legacy Aug 16
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National Geographic Aug 14
Skip the bottle, shampoo bars are good for your hair AND the environment
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Waterkeeper Alliance Aug 14
not only clogs our waterways, it contributes to .
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