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This Community in the Philippines Converts Plastic Fishing Nets to Carpet | National Geographic

Plastic can be found everywhere in the ocean. Learn how marine biologist Heather Koldewey has teamed up with communities in the Philippines to collect discarded plastic fishing nets and turn them into industrial carpeting.
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Find out more about the problem of ocean plastics and how you can make a difference in the June 2018 issue of National Geographic.

Read more in “These Communities Turn Discarded Fishing Nets Into Carpets”
https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/06/heather-koldeway-explorer-nets-plastic-philippines-ocean-culture/

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