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Practically Plastic Free
Raising awareness of plastic pollution and providing simple and practical solutions for a plastic-less lifestyle.
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HowNowMagazine Aug 16
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Practically Plastic Free Aug 19
It does seems ridiculous doesn't it. If they don't then they should...until we can convince the world that veg is just veg!
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Mission Blue Aug 18
When CO2 is absorbed by the seawater it leads to ocean acidification, and the ocean acidification level just hit a high it has not seen in nearly 14 million years. via
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SurfersAgainstSewage Aug 19
Dead turtle found still wrapped in the plastic net that killed it
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Daubeney Fields Aug 19
We gone done it! With 38 backers the crowdfunder for legal action to save the Daubeney Garden has hit its initial target. There's still 10 days to go to reach a stretch goal. Please continue to support, Thank you via
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The No Straw Stand Aug 19
is one year old today! We never thought this campaign would reach so many people or be so much fun. Thank you to everyone that we've met campaigning this year and everyone who continues to support us - can't wait for the next 12 months! 🌍♻️🥂
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The Meek Family Aug 18
It’s better that these are in a bin than in the environment, but better still would be them never having been used in the first place - you can see how close the bin is to the take out ! Literally minutes of use then a lifetime as waste.
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Practically Plastic Free Aug 19
Maybe one day they will just be called fruit and veg...the terms 'wonky and 'ugly' surely shouldn't really even apply...
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Practically Plastic Free Aug 7
Is plastic sneaking its way into your home? See how many hidden plastics you know in this simple quiz...
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Practically Plastic Free Aug 4
This really is so awful, yet so unsurprising to find out. The manufacturers have to start taking responsibility and leading the change, not avoiding it. Thank you for sharing!
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Practically Plastic Free Aug 4
Is the making your thirsty? by using left over kettle water or, if you have one, start reusing your dehumidifier water! so simple!
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Practically Plastic Free Aug 1
I did not know this...did you?
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Practically Plastic Free Aug 1
Don't forget to use biodegradable or real petal on your big day! A reminder to the guests is a good idea too.
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Sylvia A. Earle Jul 21
Why is it that scuba divers and surfers are some of the strongest advocates of ocean conservation? Because they've spent time in and around the ocean, and they've personally seen the beauty, the fragility, and even the degradation of our planet's blue heart.
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natalie fee Jul 13
Now this is how to prepare for a talk! 😎 Excited to have landed in (the sea!) Newquay for to talk tonight with this lovely lady & ! Thanks for having me ☀️ Got a in too!
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r i p p l e Jul 13
Just your average pair of adorable polar bear cubs playing ...with a sheet of 😞 This shot was captured off the icy coast of Svalbard, a remote Norwegian archipelago, halfway between mainland and the North Pole. Humans, is it sinking in it? 🌎💚 (📸 Kevin Morgans)
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Practically Plastic Free Jul 12
On route home with this beautiful view of after seeing the hard work of planning the come to life. I had a great evening and happy to have been a part of it!
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The Meek Family Jul 8
LOOK! Our first BIG Kids Against Plastic has made 11 cafes in his area Plastic Clever! (and there are more to come). We're so impressed with his hard work and determination. We need more BIG ... cld you be next? 👍💚
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Practically Plastic Free Jul 7
Interesting read...A huge behavioural shift is needed going forward. The green stuff might make the world go round but the let's us breathe. via
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Practically Plastic Free Jul 6
Replying to @plasticfreefam1
I think many people feel like this but it's so much better to use it for as long as you can. Keep up the great work! 😊😊
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