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Why Algae Could be the Plastic of the Future

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Go to to sign up for free. And also, the first 200 people will get 20% off their annual premium membership. As revolutionary as plastics were for changing the course of manufacturing forever, 91% of plastics aren’t recycled. There has to be a better solution. In a previous video I covered how mycelium fungus may be a viable plastic replacement, but there’s another solution starting to bloom… Algae. And it’s showing up in a place you might not expect… your feet. What if I told you we could wear plastic-free flip flops made from algae?Watch Is Mycelium Fungus the Plastic of the Future? script and citations: podcast:
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