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Feb 10, 2021

Flip-Flops Made From Plants And Algae Can Help Reduce Plastic Pollution | World Wide Waste

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Flip flops from plants. 😃


Researchers at the University of California San Diego have figured out how to turn algae into flip flops. They founded a startup to sell the shoe, but face a challenge in getting their invention mass produced: There aren’t enough algae farms to support the startup’s supply chain.

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