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Catch up with these posts from Smart magazine for the week of Dec. 24, 2012.
What if the United States’ garbage just disappeared? Sweden ran out of trash, and needs more — to heat its country.
Eating the packaging? Some ways to lessen the garbage load can be a bit extreme, but there are simple, everyday ways to help out the Earth and probably your budget.
I wrote last week about a couple who worked to produce zero trash for a year (and, of course, my attempt to incorporate one of their ideas into my everyday life). But if eliminating all trash seems overwhelming — and … Continue reading
Stories of people who choose to collect the trash they create always interest me. Does a box of worms really work to compost your food scraps? Do groceries and farmers markets give you funny looks when you bring your own … Continue reading
We’ve written a bit before about the No Impact Project on York’s Seeing Green (here and here). In summary, Colin Beavan decided in 2007 to take inventory of his impact on the environment, with an end goal of a zero … Continue reading