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Proof of Environment

 

November 2020 PoE Accepted Work Shares

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  • #20273

    Title: Trash Pickup

    Location: LA, California

    Other Information: https://youtu.be/o9vRVlYOkIE

    By: EcoWealth

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    #20280

    Title: Anti-masker costume & flowers.

    Other Information: Halloween 2020.

    Location: Youngstown, Ohio.

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    #20286

    Other Information: I had an eye on this abandoned property for few days but always being in a hurry. Today I prepared myself and I launched the attack on plastics!

    By: Sorin Stoica via Discord.

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    #20292

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    Title: Olive harvest

    Location: Turkey

    By: EcoWealth

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    #20304

    Harvesting Peanuts

    Title: Started indoors and now harvesting peanuts

    Location: Romania

    By: Sorin Stoica

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    #20305

    Loading semi truck with corn

    Title: Harvesting field corn

    Location: Newton Falls, Ohio

    By: Steve

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    #20344

    Title: Waterfall area cleanup

    Location: Newton Falls, Ohio

    By: Steve

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    #20347

    Title: Peanut current status: maturing on the top of my tile stove 🙂

    Location: Romania

    By: Sorin Stoica via Discord.

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    #20355

    Title: Another mask

    Other Information: I don’t think this one had even ever been used. 🙁

    Location: Canfield, Ohio

    By: Steve

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    #20367

    Title: Rhubarb

    By: Emirate via Discord.

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    #20371

    Title: Trashcan save

    Location: Newton Falls

    Other Information: A storm had blown a trashcan and spilled much of its contents. I picked up the trashcan and the trash that had fallen out.

    By: Steve

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    #20374

    Title: Trash walk

    Location: Hurstbridge, Victoria, Australia

    Other Information: http://www.reverse-industree.com.au/post/proof-of-environment-trash-walk I live in Hurstbridge which is a small town about an hour’s ride on the train out of Melbourne. My home is about a 25-minute walk or a 4-minute drive from the town center. Yesterday I made a trip to the local post office to deliver some products from Reverse IndusTree’s Plastic-Free Store.

    This time it was fine weather so I decided that I should not be lazy and brave the walk which ended up being more like a 45min walk as I was stopping to pick up a piece of rubbish every 5 or 10 meters… I was shocked as to how much rubbish I was able to find on the roadside.
    A special thanks to the person who drove past and yelled out “good on you!” That gave me an extra kick to keep on going. 🙂

    I got to Australia Post, I opened up my bag trying not to let all the trash fall out and I said to the kind lady behind the counter “I would like to send this rubbish back where it came from… just kidding!” Although I wish I could but I am not sure it would achieve all that much. I handed her the parcel in a compostable postal satchel and went on my merry way.

    I realised that my compostable bag was full of roadside trash but I didn’t want to dump it in a council bin as I was planning to separate it all when I got home (recyclable from landfill). So I stopped at Going Green Solutions and asked for another compostable bag as I didn’t come prepared with a second one… I just wasn’t expecting to find so much rubbish on such a short trip, you don’t realise just how much there is until you start collecting it all.
    I collected even more rubbish on the way home.

    When I finally got home and separated it all I felt very accomplished. As it turned out, almost half of the rubbish I collected was recyclable which means that as long as it all ends up being recycled, by separating and recycling the rubbish I have collected, I have not only just removed the plastics from the environment but also reduced the need for new virgin plastics to be manufactured as recycled plastics take their place.

    Taking photos of my environmental work and submitting a Proof of Environment (PoE) not only monetises my work and rewards me with EverGreenCoin (EGC) but also creates awareness and encourages others to join the movement.

    If you don’t feel like your work should be rewarded because you are simply doing it out of the kindness of your heart and respect for the environment please still enter a PoE!
    Instead of being rewarded for your work you may choose to have your reward donated to a registered charity of your choice.

    Enter your own Proof of Environment today!

    By: Joel Courtidis via email.

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    #20380

    Title: Holistic grazing baby!

    Location: Romania

    By: Sorin Stoica via Discord.

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    #20385

    By: EcoWealth via Discord.

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    #20388

    Title: Sunset

    Location: California

    By: Selen Chandradev via Discord.

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    #20391

    Title: Protecting the raised beds against the strongest frost this season.

    Location: Romania

    By: Sorin Stoica via Discord.

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    #20395

    Location: California

    By: EcoWealth via Discord.

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    #20401

    Title: 1 mask, 2 mask. Then some.

    Location: Warren, Ohio

    By: Steve

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    #20407

    Location: California

    By: EcoWealth

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