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Only one of these will screw the Australia. Can you pick the one?

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Australia.....know your screws! Only one of these will screw the whole country. Can you pick the one?
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Australia.....know your screws! Only one of these will screw the whole country. Can you pick the one?
 
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Scientists want to help Australia tap into a $90 billion global "circular economy" by finding new ways to recycle and reuse plastics.

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Scientists want to help Australia tap into a $90 billion global "circular economy" by finding new ways to recycle and reuse plastics.

CSIRO is aiming to cut Australia's plastic waste by 80 per cent by 2030 and build up a plastic alternatives industry while ending the importation of plastics.

The new mission involves a $50 million cash splash and will see CSIRO scientists work with other academic institutions and the government.

Scientists also hope to harness nature to help tackle waste by researching how meal worms eat plastic and synthetic materials derived from seaweed.

"Our mission will be the national catalyst for systematic change to tackle plastic pollution," mission lead Dr Deborah Lau said.

"It will drive a significant coordinated response across the innovation sector and bring science and technology to the forefront to help deliver a myriad of solutions to end plastic waste."

Australians use one million tonnes of single use plastic each year and only 12 per cent of that is recycled.

Three-quarters of plastic waste along Australia's coastline is single use plastics.

Some of the things researchers have already helped develop includes a real-time monitoring system of stormwater drains allowing workers to detect when too much rubbish has built up in a waste trap.

CSIRO will also partner with Murdoch University researchers under a new innovation hub, which is already looking at developing compostable bottles, caps and wrappers.

"Some bioplastics are already in the market but most need UV light to breakdown," university researcher Professor Daniel Murphy said.

"Our compostable bioplastics will breakdown in compost, landfill or in water, without leaving a trace."

Global demand for plastics is expected to double by 2040 with the plastic waste industry already valued at about $117 billion. view all
Scientists want to help Australia tap into a $90 billion global "circular economy" by finding new ways to recycle and reuse plastics.

CSIRO is aiming to cut Australia's plastic waste by 80 per cent by 2030 and build up a plastic alternatives industry while ending the importation of plastics.

The new mission involves a $50 million cash splash and will see CSIRO scientists work with other academic institutions and the government.

Scientists also hope to harness nature to help tackle waste by researching how meal worms eat plastic and synthetic materials derived from seaweed.

"Our mission will be the national catalyst for systematic change to tackle plastic pollution," mission lead Dr Deborah Lau said.

"It will drive a significant coordinated response across the innovation sector and bring science and technology to the forefront to help deliver a myriad of solutions to end plastic waste."

Australians use one million tonnes of single use plastic each year and only 12 per cent of that is recycled.

Three-quarters of plastic waste along Australia's coastline is single use plastics.

Some of the things researchers have already helped develop includes a real-time monitoring system of stormwater drains allowing workers to detect when too much rubbish has built up in a waste trap.

CSIRO will also partner with Murdoch University researchers under a new innovation hub, which is already looking at developing compostable bottles, caps and wrappers.

"Some bioplastics are already in the market but most need UV light to breakdown," university researcher Professor Daniel Murphy said.

"Our compostable bioplastics will breakdown in compost, landfill or in water, without leaving a trace."

Global demand for plastics is expected to double by 2040 with the plastic waste industry already valued at about $117 billion.
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Deakin University Chair of Epidemiology Catherine Bennett says Australia will be closely watching the rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine overseas which has been approved for use in Britain.

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Deakin University Chair of Epidemiology Catherine Bennett says Australia will be closely watching the rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine overseas which has been approved for use in Britain.
 
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Deakin University Chair of Epidemiology Catherine Bennett says Australia will be closely watching the rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine overseas which has been approved for use in Britain.
 
 


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Here is my reaction to a video an Australian girl did about 10 things she hates about America.

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Here is my reaction to a video an Australian girl did about 10 things she hates about America. 
 
 

 
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Here is my reaction to a video an Australian girl did about 10 things she hates about America. 
 
 


 
 
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10 Things AUSTRALIA Could LEARN From AMERICA

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10 Things AUSTRALIA Could LEARN From AMERICA
 
 
10 Things AUSTRALIA Could LEARN From AMERICA
 
 


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In this video I discuss 12 things that the United States could learn from Australia based on my observations over the past year of living here.

VideosTristan Kuhn wrote the post • 0 comments • 231 views • 2020-11-17 03:50 • added this tag no more than 24h

In this video I discuss 12 things that the United States could learn from Australia based on my observations over the past year of living here.
 
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In this video I discuss 12 things that the United States could learn from Australia based on my observations over the past year of living here.
 
 


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10 Things I NEVER KNEW EXISTED Before Moving to AUSTRALIA

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10 Things I NEVER KNEW EXISTED Before Moving to AUSTRALIA
 
 
10 Things I NEVER KNEW EXISTED Before Moving to AUSTRALIA
 
 


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The DON'Ts of AUSTRALIA | 10 Things You Should NOT Do in AUSTRALIA What to do in Australia

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The DON'Ts of AUSTRALIA | 10 Things You Should NOT Do in AUSTRALIA What to do in Australia
 
 

 
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The DON'Ts of AUSTRALIA | 10 Things You Should NOT Do in AUSTRALIA What to do in Australia
 
 


 
 
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In this video I discuss 12 weird things that Australian people do after having lived in Australia for almost a year.

VideosTristan Kuhn wrote the post • 0 comments • 228 views • 2020-11-17 03:48 • added this tag no more than 24h

In this video I discuss 12 weird things that Australian people do after having lived in Australia for almost a year.
 
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In this video I discuss 12 weird things that Australian people do after having lived in Australia for almost a year.
 
 


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Here are 10 things that shock tourists and travelers when they visit Australia. These are things you never knew about Australia that will surprise you.

VideosTristan Kuhn wrote the post • 0 comments • 234 views • 2020-11-17 03:48 • added this tag no more than 24h

Here are 10 things that shock tourists and travelers when they visit Australia. These are things you never knew about Australia that will surprise you.
 
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Here are 10 things that shock tourists and travelers when they visit Australia. These are things you never knew about Australia that will surprise you.
 
 


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In this video I compare Australian and American culture. You will learn the differences between Australia and America.

VideosTristan Kuhn wrote the post • 0 comments • 235 views • 2020-11-17 03:47 • added this tag no more than 24h

In this video I compare Australian and American culture. You will learn the differences between Australia and America.
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In this video I compare Australian and American culture. You will learn the differences between Australia and America.
 


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My last video discussing 10 things I "hated" about Australia really struck a nerve with many Australians.

VideosTristan Kuhn wrote the post • 0 comments • 240 views • 2020-11-17 03:46 • added this tag no more than 24h

My last video discussing 10 things I "hated" about Australia really struck a nerve with many Australians.
 
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My last video discussing 10 things I "hated" about Australia really struck a nerve with many Australians.
 
 


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Learn ten things Americans hate about Australia. I recently moved to Australia and in this video I talk about the things that frustrate me here, as well as differences between America vs. Australia.

VideosTristan Kuhn wrote the post • 0 comments • 222 views • 2020-11-17 03:46 • added this tag no more than 24h

Learn ten things Americans hate about Australia. I recently moved to Australia and in this video I talk about the things that frustrate me here, as well as differences between America vs. Australia.
 
 

 
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Learn ten things Americans hate about Australia. I recently moved to Australia and in this video I talk about the things that frustrate me here, as well as differences between America vs. Australia.
 
 


 
 
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How is life in Adelaide, Australia?

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What are tips for living cheaply in Sydney?

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What's the best restaurant in Sydney?

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What's wrong with Sydney?

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What's the best the beach in Sydney?

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Where are the best places to live in Sydney?

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What is it like to live in Sydney, Australia?

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I'm moving to Australia. Which city would be better, Melbourne or Sydney?

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What strikes first time visitors as special or unusual when they arrive in Sydney, Australia?

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What are some lesser-known sights to see when visiting Sydney, Australia?

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What is it like living in Perth, Australia?

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342
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How is life in Adelaide, Australia?

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389
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What are tips for living cheaply in Sydney?

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371
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What's the best restaurant in Sydney?

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396
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What's wrong with Sydney?

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350
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What's the best the beach in Sydney?

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359
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Where are the best places to live in Sydney?

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320
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What is it like to live in Sydney, Australia?

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363
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I'm moving to Australia. Which city would be better, Melbourne or Sydney?

Reply

Questionsdora replied • 3 users followed • 2 replies • 363 views • 2020-09-19 14:00 • added this tag no more than 24h

383
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What strikes first time visitors as special or unusual when they arrive in Sydney, Australia?

Reply

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310
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What are some lesser-known sights to see when visiting Sydney, Australia?

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 310 views • 2020-09-19 13:39 • added this tag no more than 24h

395
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What is it like living in Perth, Australia?

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Only one of these will screw the Australia. Can you pick the one?

Othersaussie24 wrote the post • 0 comments • 101 views • 2022-04-30 14:51 • added this tag no more than 24h

Australia.....know your screws! Only one of these will screw the whole country. Can you pick the one?
  view all
Australia.....know your screws! Only one of these will screw the whole country. Can you pick the one?
 
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Scientists want to help Australia tap into a $90 billion global "circular economy" by finding new ways to recycle and reuse plastics.

OthersPerthNow wrote the post • 0 comments • 99 views • 2022-03-20 16:05 • added this tag no more than 24h

Scientists want to help Australia tap into a $90 billion global "circular economy" by finding new ways to recycle and reuse plastics.

CSIRO is aiming to cut Australia's plastic waste by 80 per cent by 2030 and build up a plastic alternatives industry while ending the importation of plastics.

The new mission involves a $50 million cash splash and will see CSIRO scientists work with other academic institutions and the government.

Scientists also hope to harness nature to help tackle waste by researching how meal worms eat plastic and synthetic materials derived from seaweed.

"Our mission will be the national catalyst for systematic change to tackle plastic pollution," mission lead Dr Deborah Lau said.

"It will drive a significant coordinated response across the innovation sector and bring science and technology to the forefront to help deliver a myriad of solutions to end plastic waste."

Australians use one million tonnes of single use plastic each year and only 12 per cent of that is recycled.

Three-quarters of plastic waste along Australia's coastline is single use plastics.

Some of the things researchers have already helped develop includes a real-time monitoring system of stormwater drains allowing workers to detect when too much rubbish has built up in a waste trap.

CSIRO will also partner with Murdoch University researchers under a new innovation hub, which is already looking at developing compostable bottles, caps and wrappers.

"Some bioplastics are already in the market but most need UV light to breakdown," university researcher Professor Daniel Murphy said.

"Our compostable bioplastics will breakdown in compost, landfill or in water, without leaving a trace."

Global demand for plastics is expected to double by 2040 with the plastic waste industry already valued at about $117 billion. view all
Scientists want to help Australia tap into a $90 billion global "circular economy" by finding new ways to recycle and reuse plastics.

CSIRO is aiming to cut Australia's plastic waste by 80 per cent by 2030 and build up a plastic alternatives industry while ending the importation of plastics.

The new mission involves a $50 million cash splash and will see CSIRO scientists work with other academic institutions and the government.

Scientists also hope to harness nature to help tackle waste by researching how meal worms eat plastic and synthetic materials derived from seaweed.

"Our mission will be the national catalyst for systematic change to tackle plastic pollution," mission lead Dr Deborah Lau said.

"It will drive a significant coordinated response across the innovation sector and bring science and technology to the forefront to help deliver a myriad of solutions to end plastic waste."

Australians use one million tonnes of single use plastic each year and only 12 per cent of that is recycled.

Three-quarters of plastic waste along Australia's coastline is single use plastics.

Some of the things researchers have already helped develop includes a real-time monitoring system of stormwater drains allowing workers to detect when too much rubbish has built up in a waste trap.

CSIRO will also partner with Murdoch University researchers under a new innovation hub, which is already looking at developing compostable bottles, caps and wrappers.

"Some bioplastics are already in the market but most need UV light to breakdown," university researcher Professor Daniel Murphy said.

"Our compostable bioplastics will breakdown in compost, landfill or in water, without leaving a trace."

Global demand for plastics is expected to double by 2040 with the plastic waste industry already valued at about $117 billion.
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Deakin University Chair of Epidemiology Catherine Bennett says Australia will be closely watching the rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine overseas which has been approved for use in Britain.

Videosskynews Australia wrote the post • 0 comments • 244 views • 2020-12-31 12:02 • added this tag no more than 24h

Deakin University Chair of Epidemiology Catherine Bennett says Australia will be closely watching the rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine overseas which has been approved for use in Britain.
 
  view all
Deakin University Chair of Epidemiology Catherine Bennett says Australia will be closely watching the rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine overseas which has been approved for use in Britain.
 
 


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Here is my reaction to a video an Australian girl did about 10 things she hates about America.

VideosTristan Kuhn wrote the post • 0 comments • 247 views • 2020-11-17 03:52 • added this tag no more than 24h

Here is my reaction to a video an Australian girl did about 10 things she hates about America. 
 
 

 
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Here is my reaction to a video an Australian girl did about 10 things she hates about America. 
 
 


 
 
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10 Things AUSTRALIA Could LEARN From AMERICA

VideosTristan Kuhn wrote the post • 0 comments • 229 views • 2020-11-17 03:51 • added this tag no more than 24h

10 Things AUSTRALIA Could LEARN From AMERICA
 
 
10 Things AUSTRALIA Could LEARN From AMERICA
 
 


231
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In this video I discuss 12 things that the United States could learn from Australia based on my observations over the past year of living here.

VideosTristan Kuhn wrote the post • 0 comments • 231 views • 2020-11-17 03:50 • added this tag no more than 24h

In this video I discuss 12 things that the United States could learn from Australia based on my observations over the past year of living here.
 
  view all
In this video I discuss 12 things that the United States could learn from Australia based on my observations over the past year of living here.
 
 


237
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10 Things I NEVER KNEW EXISTED Before Moving to AUSTRALIA

VideosTristan Kuhn wrote the post • 0 comments • 237 views • 2020-11-17 03:50 • added this tag no more than 24h

10 Things I NEVER KNEW EXISTED Before Moving to AUSTRALIA
 
 
10 Things I NEVER KNEW EXISTED Before Moving to AUSTRALIA
 
 


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The DON'Ts of AUSTRALIA | 10 Things You Should NOT Do in AUSTRALIA What to do in Australia

VideosTristan Kuhn wrote the post • 0 comments • 240 views • 2020-11-17 03:49 • added this tag no more than 24h

The DON'Ts of AUSTRALIA | 10 Things You Should NOT Do in AUSTRALIA What to do in Australia
 
 

 
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The DON'Ts of AUSTRALIA | 10 Things You Should NOT Do in AUSTRALIA What to do in Australia
 
 


 
 
228
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In this video I discuss 12 weird things that Australian people do after having lived in Australia for almost a year.

VideosTristan Kuhn wrote the post • 0 comments • 228 views • 2020-11-17 03:48 • added this tag no more than 24h

In this video I discuss 12 weird things that Australian people do after having lived in Australia for almost a year.
 
  view all
In this video I discuss 12 weird things that Australian people do after having lived in Australia for almost a year.
 
 


234
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Here are 10 things that shock tourists and travelers when they visit Australia. These are things you never knew about Australia that will surprise you.

VideosTristan Kuhn wrote the post • 0 comments • 234 views • 2020-11-17 03:48 • added this tag no more than 24h

Here are 10 things that shock tourists and travelers when they visit Australia. These are things you never knew about Australia that will surprise you.
 
  view all

Here are 10 things that shock tourists and travelers when they visit Australia. These are things you never knew about Australia that will surprise you.
 
 


235
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In this video I compare Australian and American culture. You will learn the differences between Australia and America.

VideosTristan Kuhn wrote the post • 0 comments • 235 views • 2020-11-17 03:47 • added this tag no more than 24h

In this video I compare Australian and American culture. You will learn the differences between Australia and America.
  view all
In this video I compare Australian and American culture. You will learn the differences between Australia and America.
 


240
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My last video discussing 10 things I "hated" about Australia really struck a nerve with many Australians.

VideosTristan Kuhn wrote the post • 0 comments • 240 views • 2020-11-17 03:46 • added this tag no more than 24h

My last video discussing 10 things I "hated" about Australia really struck a nerve with many Australians.
 
  view all
My last video discussing 10 things I "hated" about Australia really struck a nerve with many Australians.
 
 


222
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Learn ten things Americans hate about Australia. I recently moved to Australia and in this video I talk about the things that frustrate me here, as well as differences between America vs. Australia.

VideosTristan Kuhn wrote the post • 0 comments • 222 views • 2020-11-17 03:46 • added this tag no more than 24h

Learn ten things Americans hate about Australia. I recently moved to Australia and in this video I talk about the things that frustrate me here, as well as differences between America vs. Australia.
 
 

 
  view all
Learn ten things Americans hate about Australia. I recently moved to Australia and in this video I talk about the things that frustrate me here, as well as differences between America vs. Australia.
 
 


 
 
a community who are living in Australia