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ROLEX 20 Jun 19
, Canadian molecular biologist and 2019 Laureate, is spearheading a process to recycle unrecyclable plastic waste into valuable chemicals for use in industrial and consumer products. More on
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Dia Mirza 23 Sep 18
There is ‘Hope For A Healthy Planet’ and healthy people because of young Champions of Earth like ! We can all be the change by seeking and participating in solutions. @UNEnvironment
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ROLEX 14 Jun 19
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cosmonaut 1 Oct 19
And with people like trying to find solutions to end this vicious plastic pollution, we still got hope. The least we can do as a community to be responsible when using and littering plastics and polythene.
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Brooke Henderson 16 May 19
Support in the 2019 and discover the 10 finalists with inspiring projects to make the world a better place. 🌎
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CarwayCommunications 21 Sep 18
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Dianna Cohen 21 Jul 17
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Nickie Cammisa 15 Nov 18
Last night @ the Pritzker Emerging Environmental Genius Award Ceremony I gained 3+ new heroes. To of of & of : young women around the world are watching & we are IMPRESSED.
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Dianna Cohen 6 Sep 14
explains her work with exposure to Mice and their deformed placentas even at low levels!
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Luis Simon 15 Sep 18
Replying to @BID_Idear @ONU_es
Great news! Congratulations to She was one of our speakers
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Ye's Unresponsive 12 Mar 15
Replying to @JeannyYao
"Two young scientists break down plastics with bacteria" &
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The Explorers Aug 19
Canadian is the CEO of which aims to make all plastics . Thanks to a chemical process, her company transforms non-recyclable plastics into primary materials such as nylon. © Miranda Wang
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Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs 29 Apr 16
works to genetically engineer bacteria that degrades plastic.
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Kira Durbin 13 Jul 14
this is way super cool
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Arnold & Winnie Palmer Foundation 3 Jun 19
We're proud of our 50+ year partnership with and to support the '19 , recognizing the efforts of all 10 finalists. We are inspired by ’s work, an important area to and the world.
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Ye's Unresponsive 12 Mar 15
"Evry yr @ least 470 million pounds of phthalates [in plastic for flexibility] contaminate our air,water & soil" &
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Kate Kennedy Browne 22 Nov 14
check out & speakers brilliant Canadian students making a difference.
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Junior Social Entrepreneurship Summit 17 May 16
Congratulations and for great work and being
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Paris&CoAgency 16 Mar 18
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Juan Dumas 15 Jun 19
Congratulations to the 2019 Laureates , , , and . As a member of the jury, it has been an honour to cross paths with you.
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