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Polymuncher

2nd February, 2012

If we needed another argument for protecting rainforest biodiversity, here’s a new addition:
An Amazonian fungus could eat our most durable landfill waste. A group of students from Yale found the fungus during an expedition to Ecuador and learned it breaks down polyurethane.

Link here.


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If we needed another argument for protecting rainforest biodiversity, here’s a new addition: Read on…