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Mar
2019

Rather than tossing your used razors in the trash and having them contribute to excessive landfill waste, Gillette is paying for them to be recycled – and they’re encouraging people to get their communities to do it as well. Consumers can now recycle their razors and all of their disposable packaging by shipping the used hygiene products to Terracycle, a US-based company that specializes in recycling items that are generally non-recyclable, ... MORE

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Mar
2019

Olive Ridley baby turtles have officially returned to the beaches of Mumbai, and it is all because one of the world’s largest beach clean-up efforts. Last summer, conservationists watched as over 80 baby turtles made their way across Mumbai’s Versova Beach, which was previously home to a massive garbage heap. “I had tears in my eyes when I saw them walking towards the ocean,” Afroz Shah, an activist in Mumbai, shared. It has been a few ... MORE

18
Mar
2019

Thousands of people are headed to the Oregon coast this weekend for fun and for a chance to give back. The SOLVE Spring Beach Clean-up have become an annual tradition at the coast. Many people have done it for a number of years, but SOLVE's Jon Schmidt said it's a fun and easy process for first-timers, too. "SOLVE makes participating in beach cleanups very simple," Schmidt told KOIN 6 News. "You can check in and get your supplies and ... MORE

18
Mar
2019

Amid a flurry of allegations and bombshell reports, Warner Bros. announced that its chairman and CEO, Kevin Tsujihara, will step down from his position at the company. WarnerMedia. announced in a statement to Fox News that Tsujihara will no longer continue with the company after it was revealed through a series of text messages that he allegedly promised actress Charlotte Kirk favorable acting roles and auditions in exchange for a sexual ... MORE

18
Mar
2019

In parts of the Midwest, flood waters are starting to abate. But elsewhere, they're still rising. In Iowa and Nebraska, hundreds of homes are flooded. There are lakes where fields and roads should be. Local police departments are sending out motorboats instead of squad cars. Hornick, Iowa, resident Dale Ronfeldt's basement is flooded with 4 feet of water, Iowa Public Radio reports. "My washer and dryer are floating around down there somewhere," ... MORE