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Tokyo 2020 Olympics: from cardboard beds to recycled medals, how the Games are going green

Could 2020 see the most environmentally friendly Olympics ever? Image: REUTERS/Chris Helgren (CANADA - Tags: ANIMALS SPORT OLYMPICS IMAGES OF THE DAY) - GM1E62L093701

Douglas Broom

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