If you’ve been stuck at home this year, you’re probably getting too familiar with cardboard boxes. They magically arrive at your door protecting the things you order online like the latest New York Times Best Seller or those dinosaur shaped houseplant pots you were suddenly compelled to start collecting. As you unearth your newest coveted purchase, you probably don’t give the unassuming cardboard box it arrived in much thought. But what if I told you the box you are holding lived 20 previous lives before it ended up in your hands? The fibres from corrugated cardboard can be reused up...Read more
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