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Making a Living From Your Billionaire Neighbor’s Trash

Apr 07

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/07/us/trash-pickers-san-francisco-zuckerberg.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage

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SDG Recycled Products - Sustainable Development Goals

Feb 19

Worldwide, the United Nations SDG's (Sustainable Development Goals) have been adopted by governmental agencies, NGO's and supporting groups and corporations. Why? Because they represent the biggest is...

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Are t-shirts and swag enough to save Elon?

Oct 06, 2018

https://magazine.promomarketing.com/article/are-t-shirts-and-tote-bags-enough-to-save-elon-musk/#ne=f08c41cab28a1d571ab2e910aba06294&utm_source=promo-marketing-headlines&utm_medium=newsletter&...

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Plastic Straws Are Going Down...

Jul 04, 2018

As Vox featured and we're seeing everywhere, plastic straws are villains of the sea. Often unnecessary and damaging to sea life, the plastic straw is one glaring example of plastic pollution that we...

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Fashion industry is the second largest polluter in the world, right behind oil and gas?

Feb 18, 2018

Let's learn about this massive problem, which Ecodot.com has been tackling since 1992: Fashion insider offers creative ways to tackle the industry's big pollution problem

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BBC Bans Single-Use Plastics by 2020

Feb 14, 2018

The BBC Bans Single-Use Plastic by 2020

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Dangerous Worldwide to Protect the Environment

Feb 14, 2018

The Guardian's reporting on environmental defenders

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New Jersey Tackles Food Change. Go, NJ!

Feb 12, 2018

NJ Tackles Food Change with Gusto

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Sci-fi Solutions to Climate Change?

Feb 12, 2018

  Will geoengineering save or destroy the ecosystem?

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