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I’m an Environmental Scientist, and I Don’t Care If You Recycle

Here is what you can do instead

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I’m sure I’m not the first person to tell you that the world's plastic problem is at a critical level today. From the Stone Age to the Iron Age to the Steel Age, we delineate society’s epochs by their primary material for fabrication. Ours will most likely be called the Plastic Age.

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Ono Mergen

Ono Mergen

Environmental scientist. Rethinking culture, future, equality, science, and the climate emergency. 🌍 Sustainability, Branding 📧 For projects: ono@onoceans.com

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