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I have 25 years’ experience in advocacy, policy research, thought leadership and campaigning on a wide variety of sustainability, energy and environmental issues. I was Head of Climate Change for the Environment Agency, providing advice to Government on climate change mitigation and adaptation. I have worked for a number of leading NGOs & government agencies, including successful advocacy for the Green Investment Bank at Green Alliance, global aviation research for the Committee on Climate Change, and more recently leading policy and advocacy for the Finance Innovation Lab.

Edible Water Pods

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These edible water pods could replace the 480 billion plastic bottles we use every year. It's packaging is made 100% from plants and will biodegrade in 4-6 weeks.
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The seaweed membrane can be used to hold any liquid from soap to soda and can be made in any color or flavor.
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What do you think of this innovative solution?
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So the tide pod kids were on to something
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Is something wrong with a cup you wash out and reuse for life? Or am I just old?
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Okay am I the only one that's totally grossed out about handling these things with your hands and then popping them into your mouth?
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Maybe this is meant more for urban dwellers? Not that the city is pristine, but like in a water/juice machine where they load a whole sleeve of these things into a dispenser. Then only the person paying his quarter touches it as it comes out of the machine? Meh. I’ll stick with my aluminum screw-top bottle I’ve had for years and only have to refill at a tap.
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I'm just glad research is happening to help us reduce our grossly out-sized footprint on Mother Earth
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No thanks i will stick to my tide pods. tasty treats.
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Still gonna need a pack of some sort. Unless you treat it like produce and have a way to wash or rinse it.
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Once they explain and perfect how to clean them to keep them edible, cool. I'm down with reducing waste.
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i know that this company did things in London hopefully its across the uk. (I only knew about the water i had no idea there was more )
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