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Where Your Old Plastic Bottle Ends Up in the Ocean

This ingenious tool shows you how plastic travels the world

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When a freak storm overturned a cargo ship, one of the 62 containers contained 5 million pieces of Lego.

Twenty-five years later, locals collect the Lego washing up on the beach — every day: Lego plastic flippers, Lego scuba gear, Lego spears, and tiny…

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On a journey to be more green in work and life 🇪🇺 welcome to my kinda incunabula

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