Bottling up a green Philippine school

Group builds classrooms out of plastic bottles in bid to mitigate climate change while saving money.

    An environmental group in the Philippines has developed an innovative way to create larger and cheaper school classrooms for children while remaining environmentally friendly.

    My Shelter Foundation has helped build rooms using recycled plastic and glass bottles in the northern Philippine province of Laguna in an effort to mitigate a growing climate change problem.

    Al Jazeera correspondent Marga Ortigas reports from Laguna, the Phillippines.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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