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Bacardi partners with Lonely Whale to eliminate one billion plastic straws

2018-07-12 17:12:00| Daily beverage news and comment - from just-drinks.com

Bacardi has teamed up with a non-profit organisation concerned with ocean health, as it looks to ramp up an initiative to ban single-use plastic straws.

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Bacardi Limited Teams with Lonely Whale to Remove One Billion Single-use Plastic Straws by 2020

2018-07-11 18:27:52| Waste Age

The duo is encouraging consumers, customers and others to join the campaign entitled #TheFutureDoesntSuck.

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Five tons of discarded ocean plastic is turned into a 38-foot-tall whale

2018-07-03 19:35:29| Canadian Plastics Headlines

Plastic waste fished from the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans has been sculpted into a 38-foot-tall whale in Bruges, Belgium as part of the citys Triennial Bruges 2018: Liquid City event. The post Five tons of discarded ocean plastic is turned into a 38-foot-tall whale appeared first on Canadian Plastics.

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Study reveals impacts of climate warming and declining sea ice on Arctic whale migration

2016-11-16 13:00:00| LifeSciencesWorld

[NEWS] Declines in the Arctic sea ice are arguably the most dramatic evidence of the effects of current climate warming on ocean systems. Native peoples of the far north have long appreciated and relied upon the migrations of animals with the changing seasons, including some of the largest and least studied, the Arctic whales. While sea ice is perhaps the most defining feature of their habitat, the relationship between Arctic whales and sea ice is still largely a mystery, and there is in…

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Scientists Find 12-Million-Year-Old Whale Fossils in Orange County Landfill

2016-08-01 16:37:00| Waste Age

Paleontologists found 20 sperm whale fossils at the Orange County landfill in Irvine, Calif. read more

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