Eight ways the Tokyo 2020 Olympics are sustainable: from cardboard beds to recycled medals
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The Tokyo olympics will be powered and fueled by a mix of sustainable energy sources, from hydrogen for the olympic flame to solar farms and hydro energy dams for more general power needs.
From podiums and even clothing made with plastic and medals made from metals recycled from old phones, a lot of stuff is recyled and will even be further recyled after the olympics. The podiums will be made into bottles for example.
The tokyo olympics hopes to be the greenest, experts say they aren't but at least there one of the biggest sporting events that put green energy and recycling so upfront.
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