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Pearpod by Ellen Mulcrone (@ellenmulcrone) Instagram Profile Photo

Pearpod by Ellen Mulcrone

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Sophia Veronica

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Sustainable, Slow Vegan Living

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Jemma Rose

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The Witch & The Hounds 🔮🐾

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Fiona Grady

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Sian Youngerman

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The Witch & The Hounds 🔮🐾

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Meire Martins Campbell

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LCF BA(Hons) Fashion Jewellery

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Sara Maria K

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Ruth Ivo

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LORE Australia

Something new. Native grass straws and 100% biodegradable carry cups. 😯🤩 Often we can't use glass at events and festivals so we have gone hard sourcing the next best thing. Biodegradable carry cups and our very own native grass straws. So, if you dont feel like drinking your delicious Gurbuchi all at once, zip it up and save it for later. Come to the @Bellingen community markets this Saturday 20th for our last sprint of plastic free, dry July and give it a go. #extinctionrebellion

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Greg Anderson

Do we end the fossil fuel age or do we ride it to extinction? #extinctionrebellion

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Extinction Rebellion NSW ⧖⃝

Sydney Vegan Market

🌱Fact: ‘Avoiding meat & dairy is the single biggest way to reduce your impact on the Earth, individually.’ One of the worlds worst industries for carbon emissions, global acidification, land use & water use, is the meat & dairy industry. 🌱So many of our beautiful rebels choose to live kindly by eating a plant based diet - as the individual choices we make have a huge impact -collectively. If you’re thinking of trying a plant based diet to decrease your impact, a group of our friendly Sydney vegan Rebels will be at the @sydneyveganmarket this Sunday, with loads of info, plenty of smiles, and always spreading the word in our fight for climate action! Come down and enjoy some of the best vegan food ever. 🤤💚 . . . Images via @compassion_over_killing & @vegans_of_xr . @sydneyveganmarket . . ❤️ #extinctionrebellion

VAST SWATHS OF EARTH’S FAR NORTH FROM ALASKA AND GREENLAND TO SIBERIA ARE BURNING OUT OF CONTROL. Hot weather has engulfed a huge portion of the Arctic, from Alaska to Greenland to Siberia. That’s helped create conditions ripe for wildfires, including some truly massive ones burning in remote parts of the region that are being seen by satellites. In Alaska, those images show some of the damage wrought by wildfires that have burned more than 1.6 million acres of land this year. Huge fires have sent smoke streaming cities earlier this month, riding on the back of Anchorage’s first 90 degree day ever recorded. Intense hot conditions have also fanned flames in Siberia. The remote nature of many of the fires there means they’re burning out of control, often, through swaths of peatland that’s normally frozen or soggy. But as Thomas Smith, a fire expert at London School of Economics, noted on Twitter, there are ample signs the peat dried out due to the heat and is ablaze. That’s worrisome since peat is rich in carbon, and fires can release it into the atmosphere as carbon dioxide. Peat fires can also burn underground into the winter and reignite in spring. Then there’s the weird fire that sparked up in Greenland last week. A landscape known more for its ice, this is the second time in the past three years a wildfire has ignited in western Greenland. #extinctionrebellion

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