South Korea not only has some of the world’s strictest laws in order to reduce food waste, but is also testing technology that holds citizens accountable.
Kevin McElvaney’s photography collection Agbogbloshie puts a very human face on the dumping of electronic waste in the developing world.
New documentary film Just Eat It explores America’s love affair with food, and our willingness to waste almost half of it.
Important Media is raising funds to create the web’s best green jobs site. Contributors can buy books, games, ads, or just a good feeling.
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These five social media campaigns, complete with hashtags, focus on building awareness of food waste, hunger, & ideas for reusing edible leftovers.
Single serve coffee makers are convenient, and have green elements… but the amount of trash generated is staggering… even monstrous!
The #ScrapBucketChallenge is imitating the Ice Bucket Challenge: asking participants to dump food scraps on their heads to raise awareness of food waste.
Our best of 2014 included a lot of DIY upcycling projects, from building your own wind turbine to repurposing discarded electronic devices.
The Green Divas are at it again: raising $50,000 to launch their global digital radio network, and take over the world (or something like it).
Paper recycling isn’t just a greenie feel-good practice: it has significant environmental and economic impacts, according to this video from ISRI.
We’ve decided to tighten our focus after 11 years of generalizing. sustainablog’s now all waste all the time. Reduce, reuse, recycle and upcycle…
Despite laws & activism, the old computer that you recycled responsibly may still end up in the developing world, according to the film Terra Blight.