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Cows are being touted as the latest solution to plastic pollution Researchers have discovered that bacteria living inside a cow’s gut can break down several types of plastic Environment Innovation Science Society
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Chop and change: the company recycling chopsticks into beautiful homewares A German engineer and his team are giving used utensils a new lease of life Food Good Business Lifestyle Society
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Three innovative uses of cardboard Tents, tables and art installations to prove cardboard can have life beyond cereal boxes Arts Culture Environment Innovation Lifestyle
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1,000 volunteers help Brighton beach’s post-Pride clean up The Big Pride Beach Clean saw more than two tonnes of waste collected from Brighton beach and manually sorted by volunteers Environment Lifestyle UK
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Scotland to introduce ‘ambitious’ 20p bottle deposit scheme The Scottish government has outlined plans for a deposit return scheme for some plastic drinking containers, cans and glass Environment
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Olympic medals to be made from recycled metal Organisers of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games have come up with a circular solution when it comes to medals Environment Sport
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