Hungarian company claims their product could rid the Earth of single-use plastic, reducing space junk pollution with wooden satellites. Stockholm experts discuss the COVID-19 and climate change, plus Japan’s largest private banks announce plans to cut investments in overseas coal-fired power plants.
Hungarian Company Claims Its Product Eats Plastic, Reducing Space Junk Pollution with Wooden Satellites? Japan’s Banks Kill Coal Plant Investment, Stockholm Takes Stock of COVID and Climate Change
by The Climate | Mar 17, 2021 | Podcasts, The Climate Daily | 0 comments