Plastic Pollution Can Be Eaten By Worms

Plastic pollution is at an all-time high with approximately 8 million pieces of plastic finding it’s way into the ocean each year. That’s not even mentioning the plastic pollution that remains on land or the fact that it takes 10 to 1000 years for plastic waste to decompose.

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Ooho, the edible blobs.

Does this discovery mark the end of plastic water bottles? This is the question that arises after the revelation of scientists who have created an edible blob that could replace plastic water

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Chantal McCulligh is an award-nominated, published and top-rated content marketer who has perfected the talent of growing companies through content and social media. She was a blogger before “blogging” was even a thing and she was one of the Top Canadian Youtubers before Youtubing was even a thing. Chantal likes to jump on the trends early on so she can grow with the industry as it expands, and that’s the quality and experience she offers to her clients today through her online programs for aspiring bloggers and entrepreneurs. Chantal is also an active member of the International Association of Professional Writers & Editors and the owner of Anxiety-Gone (the first company to offer subscription box services for anxiety warriors!).

Publisher & editor of The Climate Embassy, Manuel Desrochers is a life long environmental advocate and earth lover. He is the co-founder and Chief Design Officer of The AQUAOVO Experience, launched over 12 years ago as an eco-chic alternative to bottled water.

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By Chantal McCulligh