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I-Witness: 'Plastic Republic,' dokumentaryo ni Howie Severino (full episode)

According to a study conducted at the University of Georgia, the Philippines was the third highest producer of plastic waste. Some Filipinos practice ways on how they can lessen their plastic consumption. Learn more about them in Howie Severino's documentary, "Plastic Republic."

Source: GMA Public Affairs

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