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Saving the planet doesn't mean eradicating plastic. It means changing it

Over the past few decades, there has been increased awareness of our dependence on a limited oil supply and this has driven research into alternative, sustainable sources of chemicals. Image: REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo

James William Comerford

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