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Why we need to live with less
Americans have more stuff and more space for that stuff than ever before. Is it possible to scale back?
The world’s 10 most polluted places
Remote industrial towns, e-waste processing centers and the site of an infamous nuclear disaster top 2013’s worst polluted places, according to a new list from the New York-based nonprofit Blacksmith Institute.
How do they do it? Through lots of glass jars, obliterating clutter, and recycling only as a last resort. Bea Johnson shares her top 10 tips.
Save money on food by getting creative with what’s already in your fridge and pantry.
Michael Bloomberg takes a breather from his health kick to introduce a small army of solar-powered waste and recycling stations that will be installed in the trash-generating heart of New York City.
Although Houstonites may be good at a lot of things, recycling is not one of them. And knowing that residents may never come around, the city proposes a technologically advanced solution dubbed One Bin for All.
Infographic: Visualizing paper waste
The United States generated more than 5.2 million tons of office paper waste in 2010, equal to the weight of more than 23,000 Statues of Liberty. Now is the time to reduce workplace paper waste.
Wasting away: Our garbage by the numbers
In today’s culture of mass consumption, the things we throw away often vanish from our minds, but all that trash has to go somewhere. Look at the numbers on garbage and you’ll see it’s more than just trashy — it’s appalling. Luckily, there’s plenty we can do about it.