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Did you know we only have 11 years left to change our habits and reverse permanent climate damage? 🌲πŸ”₯
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These are all very real events happening right now in our life time ⌚️
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Be the change and don't let them become a permanent part of our planet 🌏
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#getwoketotheplanet
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#eco #nature #ecofriendly #saveearth #natural #maldives #environment #sustainable #pollution  #forestfire #zerowaste #sustainability #coralreef #gogreen #earth #renewable  #coral #savetheplanet #ocean #climatechange #blueplanet #lessplastic #change #planet #inspired #cleanup #woke.

Did you know we only have 11 years left to change our habits and reverse permanent climate damage? 🌲πŸ”₯ . These are all very real events happening right now in our life time ⌚️ . Be the change and don't let them become a permanent part of our planet 🌏 . #getwoketotheplanet . πŸ“Έ @astrogeekz . . . #eco #nature #ecofriendly #saveearth #natural #maldives #environment #sustainable #pollution #forestfire #zerowaste #sustainability #coralreef #gogreen #earth #renewable #coral #savetheplanet #ocean #climatechange #blueplanet #lessplastic #change #planet #inspired #cleanup #woke ...

Did you know?
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It is almost impossible to recycle the following items:
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Toothpaste tubes, suncream and other squeezable tubes are difficult to recycle because they often contain a thin layer of aluminium and various types of plastic - making it challenging for recycling plants to separate and process them.
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Paper straws contain recyclable material. However, paper straws are almost never recycled because they would need to be collected separately in large quantities before being able to recycle them.
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Paper receipts are often printed on shiny, thermal paper, which is not recyclable because they are coated with a substance called bisphenol A (BPA) or bisphenol S (BPS). Many stores now send you an email receipt, or give you the choice of whether to take a printed receipt.
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Pringles boxes are very difficult to recycle because they combine five different materials including a metal base, tear-off foil top, a plastic lid, silver foil lining inside and a cardboard outer sleeve.
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Crisps packets can't be recycled because of the grease and crisp residue that clings to them. Try the scrunch test: if the item springs back into shape after you have scrunched it up, then it shouldn't be recycled.
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Cotton pads are often blended with synthetic materials, such as polyester, so are impossible to recycle. If 100% cotton, they can be composted but only if they have not been used to remove make-up or with chemicals such as disinfectants.
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Sticky notes cannot be recycled in most cases because the glue on the adhesive strip can't always be removed during the recycling process, so many centres refuse to accept them.
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For all these products, always remember: Refuse, Reduce, Reuse! πŸ˜‰ Easy!
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#easyecotips #recycled #tips #ecofriendly #ecotips #greentips #ecology #savetheplanet #zerowaste #zerowasteliving #zerowastelifestyle #zerowastelife #plasticfree #greenliving #sustainableliving #sustainable #recycle #globalwarming  #environment #climatechange #singleuseplastic #reuse #plasticwaste #recycling #refuse #refusesingleuse #reduce #reducewaste #reducereuserecycle.

Did you know? . It is almost impossible to recycle the following items: . Toothpaste tubes, suncream and other squeezable tubes are difficult to recycle because they often contain a thin layer of aluminium and various types of plastic - making it challenging for recycling plants to separate and process them. . Paper straws contain recyclable material. However, paper straws are almost never recycled because they would need to be collected separately in large quantities before being able to recycle them. . Paper receipts are often printed on shiny, thermal paper, which is not recyclable because they are coated with a substance called bisphenol A (BPA) or bisphenol S (BPS). Many stores now send you an email receipt, or give you the choice of whether to take a printed receipt. . Pringles boxes are very difficult to recycle because they combine five different materials including a metal base, tear-off foil top, a plastic lid, silver foil lining inside and a cardboard outer sleeve. . Crisps packets can't be recycled because of the grease and crisp residue that clings to them. Try the scrunch test: if the item springs back into shape after you have scrunched it up, then it shouldn't be recycled. . Cotton pads are often blended with synthetic materials, such as polyester, so are impossible to recycle. If 100% cotton, they can be composted but only if they have not been used to remove make-up or with chemicals such as disinfectants. . Sticky notes cannot be recycled in most cases because the glue on the adhesive strip can't always be removed during the recycling process, so many centres refuse to accept them. . For all these products, always remember: Refuse, Reduce, Reuse! πŸ˜‰ Easy! . . . #easyecotips #recycled #tips #ecofriendly #ecotips #greentips #ecology #savetheplanet #zerowaste #zerowasteliving #zerowastelifestyle #zerowastelife #plasticfree #greenliving #sustainableliving #sustainable #recycle #globalwarming #environment #climatechange #singleuseplastic #reuse #plasticwaste #recycling #refuse #refusesingleuse #reduce #reducewaste #reducereuserecycle ...

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We wanted to address a few things we're concerned about: an event like what is currently happening should be something that brings the sustainable community together, making us stronger instead of dividing us. ⁠
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We're seeing a lot of finger-pointing and blame going on. What we should be doing is listening to each other, considering each other's points of view and trying to understand their reality of the issue. ⁠
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The truth is that there is no simple solution - the solution to our problems will never be easy and there will never be one answer. ⁠
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We want to encourage you all to support each other, hear each other, learn from each other. Let's show everyone how strong this community can be and the power we can have by working together. ⁠
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A few of you have asked what our point of view is. We don't think it's our job to tell you what to believe, we want you to form these opinions for yourself. While we may point you in a direction, we want you to make your own informed decision on what you believe. ⁠
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So to put it simply, here is what we have to say:⁠
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How did the fires start? There's a lot of misunderstanding that this fire was caused by global warming. This is not true - this fire was started on purpose due to deforestation to clear space for crops and cattle. ⁠
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Do we believe that reducing or cutting out animal products would help solve some of the deforestation problems of the Amazon forest? Yes we do. ⁠
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Do we believe it would solve all problems? No we do not. ⁠
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Do we encourage you to reduce/cut out animal products? Yes we most definitely do. ⁠
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Do we expect everyone to be able to do this? No we do not. ⁠
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Do we agree that not everyone CAN do this? Yes most definitely. ⁠
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Do we agree that race, privilege, politics and economics all come into play? Yes we do. ⁠
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We encourage you all to do your own research and form your own opinions, but most of all we want to encourage you to listen to each other and try to understand the roots of these problems (and there are many roots to these problems). ⁠
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Let's work together, not bring each other down.

Edit: The quote is a Native American Proverb, thank you  everyone for letting us know..

We wanted to address a few things we're concerned about: an event like what is currently happening should be something that brings the sustainable community together, making us stronger instead of dividing us. ⁠ ⁠ We're seeing a lot of finger-pointing and blame going on. What we should be doing is listening to each other, considering each other's points of view and trying to understand their reality of the issue. ⁠ ⁠ The truth is that there is no simple solution - the solution to our problems will never be easy and there will never be one answer. ⁠ ⁠ We want to encourage you all to support each other, hear each other, learn from each other. Let's show everyone how strong this community can be and the power we can have by working together. ⁠ ⁠ A few of you have asked what our point of view is. We don't think it's our job to tell you what to believe, we want you to form these opinions for yourself. While we may point you in a direction, we want you to make your own informed decision on what you believe. ⁠ ⁠ So to put it simply, here is what we have to say:⁠ ⁠ How did the fires start? There's a lot of misunderstanding that this fire was caused by global warming. This is not true - this fire was started on purpose due to deforestation to clear space for crops and cattle. ⁠ ⁠ Do we believe that reducing or cutting out animal products would help solve some of the deforestation problems of the Amazon forest? Yes we do. ⁠ ⁠ Do we believe it would solve all problems? No we do not. ⁠ ⁠ Do we encourage you to reduce/cut out animal products? Yes we most definitely do. ⁠ ⁠ Do we expect everyone to be able to do this? No we do not. ⁠ ⁠ Do we agree that not everyone CAN do this? Yes most definitely. ⁠ ⁠ Do we agree that race, privilege, politics and economics all come into play? Yes we do. ⁠ ⁠ We encourage you all to do your own research and form your own opinions, but most of all we want to encourage you to listen to each other and try to understand the roots of these problems (and there are many roots to these problems). ⁠ ⁠ Let's work together, not bring each other down. Edit: The quote is a Native American Proverb, thank you everyone for letting us know. ...

Did you know pollinators are responsible for 80% of all flowering crops around the world? 🌾
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This really shows how much we rely on our tiny little friends 🐝🐜
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Let make sure we look after them 🌎
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#getwoketotheplanet
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#eco #nature #ecofriendly #saveearth #natural #farmer #environment #sustainable #pollution  #fruit #zerowaste #butterfly #bees #veg #earth #renewable  #plasticfree #savetheplanet #litter #climatechange #tesco #slovakia #change #planet #inspired #cleanup #woke.

Did you know pollinators are responsible for 80% of all flowering crops around the world? 🌾 . This really shows how much we rely on our tiny little friends 🐝🐜 . Let make sure we look after them 🌎 . #getwoketotheplanet . πŸ“Έ @ecoquotes . . . #eco #nature #ecofriendly #saveearth #natural #farmer #environment #sustainable #pollution #fruit #zerowaste #butterfly #bees #veg #earth #renewable #plasticfree #savetheplanet #litter #climatechange #tesco #slovakia #change #planet #inspired #cleanup #woke ...

While we don't have a beautiful shelf like this, we do use many of these ingredients in our cleaning routine. ⁠
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What are your staple low waste cleaning ingredients? Let us know in the comments below! ⁠
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Be sure to go give @plantedinthewoods⁠ a follow and show her your support! ⁠
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Repost @plantedinthewoods⁠
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The DIY Cleaning Shelfie 🌿⁠
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Just a fun illustration to brighten your Monday ✨ Glass jars, essential oils, baking soda, vinegar, more bottles, sprayers , infused vinegars, the essentials of any DIY cleaning kit and a realistic image of what mess my shelves look like most days πŸ˜…β 
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#plantedinthewoods #naturalcleaning #notoxins #diy #homemade #sustainablecleaning #sustainable #zerowaste #wasteless #ourplanetourhome #zerowastecollective #waste #sustainability #plasticsucks #consciousliving #love #waronwaste #refuse #lesswaste #healthylifestyle #wastefreeplanet #ecofriendly #sustainableliving #zerowastelifestyle #environmentallyfriendly #zeroplastic #greenlife #lowimpact⁠.

While we don't have a beautiful shelf like this, we do use many of these ingredients in our cleaning routine. ⁠ ⁠ What are your staple low waste cleaning ingredients? Let us know in the comments below! ⁠ ⁠ Be sure to go give @plantedinthewoods ⁠ a follow and show her your support! ⁠ ⁠ Repost @plantedinthewoods ⁠ β€’ β€’ ‒⁠ The DIY Cleaning Shelfie 🌿⁠ .⁠ .⁠ Just a fun illustration to brighten your Monday ✨ Glass jars, essential oils, baking soda, vinegar, more bottles, sprayers , infused vinegars, the essentials of any DIY cleaning kit and a realistic image of what mess my shelves look like most days πŸ˜…β  .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ #plantedinthewoods #naturalcleaning #notoxins #diy #homemade #sustainablecleaning #sustainable #zerowaste #wasteless #ourplanetourhome #zerowastecollective #waste #sustainability #plasticsucks #consciousliving #love #waronwaste #refuse #lesswaste #healthylifestyle #wastefreeplanet #ecofriendly #sustainableliving #zerowastelifestyle #environmentallyfriendly #zeroplastic #greenlife #lowimpact ⁠ ...

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SIGN THE LINK ON MY PROFILE PAGE @TELETHON4RAINFOREST we need a killer show with music, royals,  actors and Al Gore to help save the #rainforest #ecofriendly #amazonianrainforest #savetheamazon #algore #losangelesphilanthropy #philanthropy #celebrity #televisionproduction HELP.

SIGN THE LINK ON MY PROFILE PAGE @TELETHON 4RAINFOREST we need a killer show with music, royals, actors and Al Gore to help save the #rainforest #ecofriendly #amazonianrainforest #savetheamazon #algore #losangelesphilanthropy #philanthropy #celebrity #televisionproduction HELP ...

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