Legislative Action #NoMorePlasticInEcuador – 15 Jun 2018

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A todos mis amigos de Quito, que residen, viajan y trabajan esto es para ustedes los agentes de cambio. En lo que va del año 2018 hemos recolectado 3.817,92 kg de desechos. El 80% de lo recogido son sorbetes, vasos plásticos, tarrinas y plásticos desechables en general. El Asambleísta Yunda va a presentar un proyecto de ley para regular las fundas plásticas y sorbetes en el país. Al enterarnos de esto, hemos pedido que nos den un espacio para dar nuestra propia propuesta junto a la iniciativa @verde.circulo, representando a la sociedad civil. ¡Si estás en Quito únete y acompañanos ese día! Como grupo no apoyamos a un partido político en concreto, nos hacemos presentes ante un momento histórico. 📍✅Confirma tu asistencia (link en Bio) https://goo.gl/Fc1Sam • • • Necesitamos su apoyo, el ecosistema necesita tu apoyo y en 20 años sino hacemos algo nos vamos a arrepentir. • • • To all my friends in Quito, those who live there are traveling by and work in the city — this is for you agents of change! This year alone 2018 we had collected 3.817,92 kg of debris from the coastlines of Ecuador. Where 80% has been straws, plastic glasses and disposable containers for food as well as disposable plastic wear. The politician Jorge Yunda will be presenting a new law to regulate plastic bags and straws in the country. After learning about the iniciativa we asked him to give us a space to give our own proposal of law in conjunction with @verde.circulo, represented by the civil society. If you are in Quito, join in and come with us this day! As a group we do not support a political party, but we are facing a historic moment in the Ecuador’s Law History. 📍✅Confirma tu asistencia (link en Bio) https://goo.gl/Fc1Sam We need your support! The environment needs it and in 20 years you would regret not doing it. #NoMorePlasticInEcuador #Ecuador #galapagos

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A todos mis amigos de Quito, que residen, viajan y trabajan esto es para ustedes los agentes de cambio. En lo que va del año 2018 hemos recolectado 3.817,92 kg de desechos. El 80% de lo recogido son sorbetes, vasos plásticos, tarrinas y plásticos desechables en general. El Asambleísta Yunda va a presentar un proyecto de ley para regular las fundas plásticas y sorbetes en el país. Al enterarnos de esto, hemos pedido que nos den un espacio para dar nuestra propia propuesta junto a la iniciativa @verde.circulo, representando a la sociedad civil. ¡Si estás en Quito únete y acompañanos ese día! Como grupo no apoyamos a un partido político en concreto, nos hacemos presentes ante un momento histórico. 📍✅Confirma tu asistencia (link en Bio) https://goo.gl/Fc1Sam



Necesitamos su apoyo, el ecosistema necesita tu apoyo y en 20 años sino hacemos algo nos vamos a arrepentir. •


To all my friends in Quito, those who live there are traveling by and work in the city — this is for you agents of change!
This year alone 2018 we had collected 3.817,92 kg of debris from the coastlines of Ecuador. Where 80% has been straws, plastic glasses and disposable containers for food as well as disposable plastic wear. The politician Jorge Yunda will be presenting a new law to regulate plastic bags and straws in the country. After learning about the initiative we asked him to give us a space to give our own proposal of law in conjunction with @verde.circulo, represented by the civil society. If you are in Quito, join in and come with us this day! As a group we do not support a political party, but we are facing a historic moment in the Ecuador’s Law History. 📍✅Confirma tu asistencia (link en Bio) https://goo.gl/Fc1Sam

We need your support! The environment needs it and in 20 years you would regret not doing it.

#NoMorePlasticInEcuador#Ecuador#galapagos

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