Posts tagged ‘recycling’

How I Learned to Stop Wasting and Love the Trash

Each year, Americans generate 389.5 million tons of municipal solid waste, 69 percent of which gets landfilled. As Edward Humes breaks it down in his eye-opening…

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“They’re making art out of recycled crap!”

The Art of Recology: The Artist in Residence Program 1990-2013 San Francisco Airport Museum, March – October 2013 United Terminal 3 (exhibition viewable by ticketed passengers)…

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As single-use plastic goes so goes the planet – a lunchboxy photo essay

Last week I wrote an article about how my city — San Francisco — has reached a stunning 78% waste diversion rate and is on the…

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It is never too late to care

The great thing about blogging is that you get to connect with kindred souls whose orbit would otherwise not intersect with yours in this short lifetime…

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The ECSTASY of Making Art, Not Waste

“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there…

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What comes out the other end…

I’ve always been reluctant to get behind the “stash your trash” mantra. Not because I enjoy stepping on gum or approve of garbage dumped along the…

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