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@robertclarkphoto Earlier this year I was able to take part in a trash clean up sponsored by the @nature_org, over several hours the volunteers filled a large dumpster and in one afternoon made this little area in Texas City, Texas cleaner. A large portion of the trash was plastic, which never really goes away. The Nature Conservancy hosts volunteer clean ups like this throughout the country year-round. TNC is based in Arlington, VA and operates in 72 countries around the world, working tirelessly to preserve and protect the lands and waters on which all life depends. #uselessplastic

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@danchingcuangco

My respects to you all

@david_maillard

I think that's one of the most beautiful photos I've ever seen!

@javanbakhtfaramarz

Like & thanks for yuor idea

@firecrackercarnahan

You're an angel .....

@pcontrerasa

@diegoestevez8 πŸ’ͺπŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ The Nature Conservancy hard at work! πŸ˜‰

@memito_osnaya

Eso nos hace mucha falta en mexico

@autumnsun78

Great job!!!

@temucindem

Environmental pollution is one of the biggest problem in the world so recycling education should be given at school and home

@canals.manuel

VoilΓ  la diffΓ©rence entre le pollueur et le bΓ©nΓ©vole qui ramasse ce qui pourrait Γͺtre mis directement Γ  la poubelle. Bravo les ramasseurs et au diable les pollueurs

@mertdane

So sad!!!!!

@dasencio

This should be done in every city center too show everyone how much garbage we generate.

@gabe.hamada

As much as you try and as many people DO CARE.... the people that dont care outnumber the ones who do. So as powerful as ur message is, it will take a huge wakeup call and by then things will have to hit rock bottom and then.... only then will things change

@jfrankb

Stop buying food from 1 time container !

@amit_mojumder

Great work

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