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vontacompton: hope-for-the-planet: supernovafirefly: positive-memes: Saw this in r/memes but I think it belongs here @hope-for-the-planet did you guys see this one? @supernovafirefly Thanks for the tag! Her name is Sandra Pascoe Ortez. The material she has produced mimics many of the useful properties of plastic. It biodegrades in about a month in soil, but only takes a week to biodegrade in water. It’s also nontoxic and technically edible, so it isn’t dangerous to wildlife. Sandra Ortez is currently researching which species of nopal cactus is most efficient to make the material from. You can learn more about her work in this video from the BBC series People Fixing the World. we could end this climate change and pollution shit tomorrow if we wanted to but some ppl just be makin too much money rn and have their vacation homes on mars bein set up : Tandr Pac BBC NEWS i REDDIT.COM Woman in Mexico creates plastic from cactus that biodegrades in a month Everyone liked that vontacompton: hope-for-the-planet: supernovafirefly: positive-memes: Saw this in r/memes but I think it belongs here @hope-for-the-planet did you guys see this one? @supernovafirefly Thanks for the tag! Her name is Sandra Pascoe Ortez. The material she has produced mimics many of the useful properties of plastic. It biodegrades in about a month in soil, but only takes a week to biodegrade in water. It’s also nontoxic and technically edible, so it isn’t dangerous to wildlife. Sandra Ortez is currently researching which species of nopal cactus is most efficient to make the material from. You can learn more about her work in this video from the BBC series People Fixing the World. we could end this climate change and pollution shit tomorrow if we wanted to but some ppl just be makin too much money rn and have their vacation homes on mars bein set up
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