Browsing the "Waste Management" Tag

Zero Waste: From Dream to Reality in the Philippines

December 4th, 2012 | by Guest Author

The city of Alaminos is pioneering zero waste in the Philippines with an energetic fusion of bottom-up planning and community participation. The outcome has been stunning: whereas in 2009 almost every city dumping field had a pile burning, there were almost none two years later. With sky-high waste separation and composting rates, Alaminos has become a trend-setter for other Filipino cities


Recycling Therapy, or How to Train Your Parents to Use the Compost Bin

December 5th, 2011 | by Jeff McIntire-Strasburg

We greenies really want to convince others to adopt simple practices that, collectively, could make a big difference... and we can make ourselves crazy watching others go out of their way to stick to what they've always done. Maybe its time for some therapy


Could the Kitchen of the Future Run on Kitchen Waste Alone?

November 10th, 2011 | by Chris Keenan

Ideas are where all innovation begins. The environment is not only becoming a big part of the public dialogue, it is also fueling research, education, and business. The green job sector is amongst the fastest growing in a fairly unstable and stagnant economy



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