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Can one project convince one million people to reduce their plastic waste? The initiative Ozeankind is setting its sights on ambitious targets.
As the use of plastic increases, scientists and inventors are looking for ways to get a handle on the problem of plastic waste. Recent patent data points to promising innovations, especially from Europe and the US.
The world's cities are growing — and the billions who inhabit them need places to live and work. But how does all that construction affect the planet?
On this edition of Eco Africa we see how a group is trying to bring migratory birds back to Burkina Faso, use some eco-friendly soap from the Cape Verde Islands and vacuum up plastic on South Africa's beaches.
As we look to transition from fossil to bio-based materials, fungi are becoming the ultimate biodegradable building blocks for furniture, fashion, housing and beyond.
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