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This Greek Island Replaced its Landfill with Recycling Plant That Now Reduces Waste by 85%

In order to keep their little island the pristine Aegean paradise it is, Tilos has gotten rid of their landfill, and replaced it with a circular system that has reduced total waste by 86%. After being implemented this May, the island of around 750 inhabitants quickly saw progress, after they transformed the landfill into a […]

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Climate 101: Schools grapple with how to teach global warming – KCRW

Students in Brittany Jefferson’s class can rattle off facts and opinions about deforestation, corporate greed, rising tides, warming temperatures, and the unequal plight of poorer countries as soon as the topic of climate change is introduced. And most of them…

A ‘Safe And Effective’ Electric Vehicle Is A Marketing Misnomer

Making the rest of your apartment building cough up the cost of your electric vehicle has rightly become a point of contention. Energy prices are on the rise (in a catastrophic sense) and there is no sign of Labor’s promised…

14 Actually Good Climate Books For Kids – TIME

Climate change is not a pleasant thing to think about. It’s complicated and contentious. It can feel overwhelming and frightening. It can even seem hopeless at times. Which is why talking about it with children can be daunting. But children…

Recycling

How Long Does It Take Many Common Materials to Break Down in a Landfill?

Have you ever considered the importance of recycling? Of course, there are the logical reasons for recycling. You don’t want the chemicals from a battery getting into the groundwater, air, or soil. Another aspect, and it’s one that most people don’t stop to think about, is how long it takes these common materials to break […]

Fishermen Getting Paid to Collect Plastic Trash at Sea, As Indonesia Slashes Pollution

  In Indonesia, small-time fishermen are being paid as part-time ocean cleanup crews, as the archipelago seeks to tidy their seas and raise awareness among stakeholders at the same time. The Ministry of Fisheries announced on October 4th they had stashed around $70,000, or 1 billion rupiah, with which to pay fisherman for any plastic […]

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Ten ordinances to enact this session to combat climate change locally – Cambridge Day

Monday, October 10, 2022 We have just gone through a summer showing us some ways climate change will affect us. While there’s no way to avoid many of its consequences, we can slow its progress. There are numerous existing and…

Shellenberger: Biden Is Failing The World

Many people in the U.S. are still unaware of just how dire the situation is in Europe. They have started logging their old-growth forests for wood fuel to stay warm during the winter. You can see in a tweet that…

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