Sometimes in the red garbage can, sometimes in the green garbage can: Too much plastic in organic waste

| By Leon Kirschgens & Jaqcueline Plaster

Far too often, diapers, can containers with food scraps, or just plain plastic end up in the organic waste garbage can. The problem was recently a topic of discussion in Germany, but it is likely to be on the agenda in many countries: People separate their waste too unconscientiously.

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| By Jacqueline Plaster & Leon Kirschgens

Biodegradable Plastics Have a Role to Play within a Circular Economy

| By Jacqueline Plaster & Leon Kirschgens

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| By Leon Kirschgens & Jacqueline Plaster

BUCT: The Young Upstart Among the MIX-UP Partners

| By Jacqueline Plaster & Leon Kirschgens

Sustainability Begins Within Ourselves

| By Jacqueline Plaster & Leon Kirschgens

Can CO2 also Be a Renewable Resource?

| By Leon Kirschgens & Jacqueline Plaster

Corona-Time Has Not Changed Our Work Only Negatively

| By Leon Kirschgens & Jacqueline Plaster

"The Chinese Contribution to the Global Pollution Is Overestimated"

| By Leon Kirschgens & Jacqueline Plaster

"Companies Are An Excellent Complement to Science"

| By Leon Kirschgens & Jacqueline Plaster (transcribed)

„AI Has Incredible Potential in Biology"