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Margolin, Jamie. "August retail restocking season [->] Surging imports [->] More ocean shipping emissions & air pollution. Port communities across the nation bear the brunt of pollution...." Twitter, 17 Aug. 2021, twitter.com/Jamie_Margolin/status/1427645370654396429.
Thoughts of Dog [@dog_feelings]. "gooooob morning. it is an excellent day. to accomplish some goals. i do not have any. but you go ahead." Twitter, 12 July 2021, twitter.com/dog_feelings/status/1414581288783073283.
thisiszerohour. "Turkey isn’t burning, it’s being burned by corporations and companies responsible for the climate crisis...." Instagram, 2 Aug. 2021, www.instagram.com/p/CSGEaaTHQVy/.
thisiszerohour. Slideshow of positive environmental news from across the globe. Instagram, 14 Mar. 2021, www.instagram.com/p/CMa4tcnHPKX/.
You'd need to include some of the title to distinguish: (thisiszerohour Slideshow), (thisiszerohour "Turkey").
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