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Te Ipukarea Society: The burning question about plastics

Saturday 29 February 2020 | Written by Legacy Author | Published in Environment

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Te Ipukarea Society: The burning question about plastics
A burn pit on Rarotonga. 20022860

OPINION: Despite all the concerns raised around burning plastics it still continues today within our community. The heated debate of whether or not to burn plastics generates mixed views here on Rarotonga.

OPINION: Despite all the concerns raised around burning plastics it still continues today within our community. The heated debate of whether or not to burn plastics generates mixed views here on Rarotonga.


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