Did you know that 8 million tonnes of plastic ends up in the ocean every year?! We're doing our bit to tackle this issue, while also improving #beachaccess for our friends in wheelchairs. Find out more, click the link in our bio.
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Rawness is so attractive, because so much is being filtered 🍭
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Mobile Suit Gundam THE ORIGIN 's Char also dedicated to Cheer.
In collaboration project with nao's YouTuber, that the "Let's make a cool Zaku!", I made a cool Zaku I think.
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Mangkok dari bahan stainless dengan tangkai pegangan.
Harga : 40.000
Order 2pcs harga 37.000 per'pcs
Bentuknya seperti cangkir dalam ukuran besar, Dalamnya mangkok dari bahan stainless. Luarnya terdapat lapisan warna dari bahan plastik.
Mangkok sangat cocok dipakai untuk makan mie rebus atau soto yang baru selesai di masak atau dalam kondisi masih panas. Dengan adanya tangkai pegangan memudahkan tangan anda sambil pegang mangkok sambil makan, tangan gak bakal kepanasan.
Mangkok juga cocok dipakai untuk tempat buah, nasi, lauk. Mangkok dilengkapi penutup dengan lapisan kedap udara dari bahan food grade plastic. Bagian atas penutup mangkok terdapat lobang angin, lobang angin ini bisa dibuka tutup. Pada penutup lobang angin terdapat panah pemutar disertai angka untuk menandakan tanggal makanan disimpan di dalam mangkok ini. Sangat praktis bukan ?? #mangkok#mangkokstainless#freshbowl#bowl#fresh#mangkuk#foodgrade#plastic#angin#praktis#mangkokpraktis#dapur#peralatanmakan#bekal#lunch
Let’s talk about the beauty of soup, shall we? Ok, so when I cook I like to hide vegetables wherever I can, because I’m a pretty picky eater (think moms cooking for high maintenance toddlers; that’s me!) 😬 fall/winter is my favourite because soups allow me to get a f*ck load of veg, while only tasting the things I like! Plus, they are PERFECT for anything you’re about to waste. Only got a teaspoon of lentils? Throw em in the soup. Have some suspiciously old and floppy carrots? Throw em in. Desperately wilted spinach? Throw em in! An entire chicken carcass? THROW. IT. IN! Seriously, I feel like Oprah when I make soup. •
I always used to buy pre-packaged soups in tetra packs or cans, but since I’ve started making my own I’ve cut down of so much waste! Less waste in my fridge, less plastic packaging and overall, more veg in my belly! Might I recommend autumn lentil soup with a side of homemade biscuits and a book on the global impacts of plastic? Just divine I tell you, DIVINE! .
#Malibu 🆘GLOBAL WARMING causes a whole chain of events to rupture ecosystems and out of control weather patterns: Fires, Hurricanes, Tsunamis, Earthquakes. Malibu and neighboring towns continues to burn and #firefighters courageously continue to fight and save lives, while does in “power” continue to ignore the actions and #policies that need to be enforced to protect our planet. •We need to take action. We are living interesting times. •Do all you can to reduce CO2 in your daily life #gogreen#recycle#reuse#plantatree reduce #plastic purchase and usage #reducewaste every #action we take as #globalcitizens helps. Our #planet is shouting out for help. My #love goes to all the friends and families who have lost everything. #woolsleyfire#globalwarming 😔
Repost from @projeto_marvivo using @RepostRegramApp - A problemática dos resíduos e até que ponto chegaremos? Nos últimos 20 dias muita chuva caiu na faixa do litoral de São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro entre outros locais. A quantidade de lixo encontrada nas praias, devido as ressacas, ventos e correntezas apresentaram um número assustador de resíduos com todo tipo de material. Estamos fazendo no momento,um levantamento de algumas áreas e os registros são alarmantes. Fiquem atentos aos próximas postagens. #plastic#resíduos#oceano#lixo . . .
Hagamos consciencia 👍🏼
Did you know it's NATIONAL RECYCLING WEEK?
But better yet choose to refuse single use items, all of these containers were found on the streets of Melbourne CBD, if you're from Melbourne you know how close the Yarra River is to the city and how easily all of these containers could of made it into our oceans.
VICTORIA is one of the only states not to have a Container Deposit Scheme. Contact your local member of parliment and let our voices be heard that we want one here, we NEED one here.
Thank you to everyone that came to one of our clean ups over the weekend it was an amazing turnout with hundred of kilos of debris taken off our coastline and surrounds. Our Facebook event page is your best source of information about upcoming events and clean ups and of course if you have any questions please feel free to contact us here or on Facebook.
We absolutely love to see your videos and photos from clean ups or just general marine debris you come across so send us a DM and tag us in a post and we may feature you in our story.
Here's a great tip for anyone who is either just starting their zero waste journey or those looking for some alternative ways to store their food without plastic.
On average, Americans use about 10 rolls of plastic wrap every year. Plastic like this is not recyclable, and all ends up in landfills. In fact, 1/3 of all plastic packaging is non-recyclable.
In 2016, 64% of post-consumer plastic packaging waste was generated from households, while the remaining 36%, comes from trade and industry.
This issue is significantly a result of the consumer, and therefore must be attacked on the ground level, in our homes.
Please, use sustainable packaging whenever possible. And by that I mean items or materials that are washable, reusable, and most importantly, do not require you purchasing any more plastic materials, be it the plastic seal container at the store (opt for mason jars instead), Saran wrap (use bees wax wrap!), Or even "sustainable" containers that are packaged in plastic to purchase them. Buy second hand, thrift stores are full of food containers!
This fantastic image is reposted from @ecowithem_ who has a pretty awesome page worth checking out!
Why not? They have warning labels on cigarette packages. In some countries, those labels are very graphic.
Since "banning the plastic bag" from grocery stores, the California government confusingly allowed thicker plastic bags to take their place, and to be sold for 0.25-0.35 cents a piece. If it seems counterintuitive, you're not alone. If we agreed as a majority that plastic bags were harmful enough to warrant banning, how is selling a thicker plastic back a reasonable alternative? The argument is that the thicker is more recyclable. It's really not. In fact, where I live, these types of plastics are not recyclable. Oh yeah, and now that these bags are for sale, it's lucrative.
Unfortunately, the companies designing these bags are profiting, so negative advertising like this is probably not going to fly with them, even if I ask nicely.
So, if companies can lobby for thicker plastic bags, I say that we lobby for warning labels, images like this that show the true nature of the plastic bag. It's not about shaming people, it's about making positive changes for our environment. And showing these environmentally unsound corporations that we can't be taken for a ride.
I am considering making this a petition, so please let me know how you feel in the comments below. If companies think they can sneak plastic bags back into the grocery store, should they be required to have warning labels or images like this displaying the environmental impact?
Thanks to @woketotheplanet for the image.