Eco Friendly Vs. Eco Enemies!

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, April 30, 2019
  • Not all eco friendly stuff is AMAZING to use, but there are some good products out there. Just try them


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  • farmer friends
    farmer friends  6 hours ago

    The silocone mats work i have my own and you just toss it in the dish washer to clesn them

  • Elle Hen
    Elle Hen  2 days ago +2

    One time i was at a restaurant and they used straws made from avocado skins and they were honestly really nice

  • KaidensMommy07
    KaidensMommy07  6 days ago

    Look it is Patrick

  • Williams sisters
    Williams sisters  6 days ago +2

    If we are trying to save the earth then why are we using paper straws which are made of trees???

  • Lexi Ring
    Lexi Ring  7 days ago +1

    4:21 if you have trypophobia look away! 😂

  • Random Youtube User

    You guys are so cute❤️❤️❤️

  • Addalyn Schmidt
    Addalyn Schmidt  7 days ago

    Love your mom she is so funny

  • Abbie Ponder
    Abbie Ponder  7 days ago


  • brianna mcmahon
    brianna mcmahon  7 days ago +1

    I am so enthralled to be talking to you right now. As I am sure you know the world is in great peril and I was wondering if you wanted to be part of the solution.
    The enzyme comes from a bacteria, Ideonella sakaiensis 201-F6, which was discovered in 2016 by Japanese researchers, who subsequently found that it could completely break down a thin layer of low-quality plastic within six weeks. Structural biologist John McGeehan and his team have now taken that enzyme and genetically engineered it so that it can begin the process in a matter of days. That kind of discovery is cause for excitement: It takes centuries for polyester, scientifically known as polyethylene terephthalate or PET, to degrade naturally.
    Waxworms- The secret was in the worms’ ability to break down beeswax, which contains some of the same chemical bonds found in polyethylene. Since then, researchers have been working to harness the enzymes found in their digestive system in hopes that it can degrade the millions of tons of plastic in our landfills and oceans. Exactly how remains hazy, though one idea that’s been floated is to spray the piles of trash in the ocean with the bacteria or the enzyme, and let them do their work.

  • Ethan May
    Ethan May  7 days ago +1

    I have eco friendly toilet paper

  • neversaygoodbye
    neversaygoodbye  7 days ago

    Why is it so expensive to save the planet though?!?! 😩

  • Ghada Shawkat
    Ghada Shawkat  14 days ago +1

    I have no idea what is a paper straw

  • Ghada Shawkat
    Ghada Shawkat  14 days ago +1

    0:49 I am 11 and I don't do this

  • Juliette Paoloni
    Juliette Paoloni  14 days ago +1

    Life is hard, then you die!

  • Emily Mclean
    Emily Mclean  14 days ago

    You should try pasta straws

  • TT_DaBest 12
    TT_DaBest 12  14 days ago

    Its Com post
    Not composte

  • Emma Medin
    Emma Medin  21 days ago +1

    ok i love how they clapped at the same time then noticed they did it at the same time

  • Kenzi White
    Kenzi White  21 days ago

    Life’s hard

  • Lauren Maier
    Lauren Maier  21 days ago

    Somebody already made words are hard shirts

  • Harper Richards
    Harper Richards  21 days ago

    When they clapped at the same time😂😂 omg I died😂