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On Design | Responsibility for the Future

Imran Khoja

Ever heard of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch? It’s a gyre of millions of tons of floating plastic suspended by a massive revolving current in the middle of Pacific. What happens to all of our stuff after we are done with it especially when those things we love are made from materials, like most forms of plastic, which take decades upon decades to biodegrade completely? As the product designer here at Designed Good, I think about that a lot.

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