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Urban Foragers

‘Freeganism’ or ‘dumpster diving’ is an anti-consumerist movement that is becoming more prominent in Perth’s suburbs.

This photo essay shows a day in the life of a dumpster diver in Perth. 13 more words

If you have to enter a bin, don't get caught

Occasionally/too often in life I find myself in situations where it’s not possible to laugh things off or casually gloss over the awkwardness.

Sometimes in life it’s possible to trip on the pavement and smoothly style it out into a little jog. 765 more words


Le resto « freegan » qui cuisine les invendus de Rungis [via @WeDemain pour wedemain.fr]

Né aux Etats-Unis pour protester contre le consumérisme à outrance et le gaspillage alimentaire, le mouvement Freegan commence à essaimer l’Europe. « Les Freegan sont ceux qui mangent ou consomment uniquement ce qui est gratuit. 104 more words


The Iceland Bin Raiders and the Vagrancy Act 1824

Being a legal blogger can very often present dichotomies. The thing with the bloggosphere is that things can often move very fast so when people want to put information out there and get there opinion out there. 1,722 more words

food and kites.. not bombs and drones


Yesterday was a beautiful day! The weather was glorious, the food delicious… AND we flew kites!

Southampton Food Not Bombs took to the park, sharing food and fun in the sunshine.  355 more words


Day 4 - Friday, March 14 8:47a.m.

Matthew is quitting smoking again, which means we’re giving each other a wide berth in attempt to avoid catastrophic conflict. Yesterday we tried to go shopping for re-formatted Linux computers at Portland’s awesome “Free Geek” shop, which was a total disaster. 305 more words

Wrapping Up FSN 250

Not Buying It by Steven Kurutz explains freeganism, a lifestyle which minimizes support of corporations and impact on the planet by reducing market-based consumption. Freeganism emerged from the 1990s resistance to globalization and has steadily increased its loosely-affiliated membership and recognition over the last two decades. 415 more words

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