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Darwin Award: Candlelit Bedside Incineration (II)

Inspired by a true story

Continued from here

Afterwards, his next door neighbor was questioned by police on what he thought of the young man. 801 more words


Darwin Award: Candlelit Bedside Incineration

Inspired by a true story

Asbel Mutua lived in a single room apartment in Kitui. He was a work-from-home freelance writer and aspiring businessman. Our story begins with him at his desk, typing furiously on a custom keyboard. 982 more words


Metro may trash plan to burn garbage rather than bury it

Burning solid waste may not reduce carbon emissions much, if at all, compared to putting it in a landfill, analysis concludes

Metro’s plan to burn much of the Portland-area’s garbage at an incinerator in Marion County appears headed for the trash heap. 15 more words

Portland Tribune

Burning trash for electricity? No problem, report says

Draft Health Impact Assessment commissioned by Metro finds little cause for worry in proposal to incinerate Portland-area garbage in Brooks.

The idea of burning Portland’s garbage to produce electricity got what amounts to a clean bill of health in a recent draft Health Impact Assessment commissioned by Metro. 12 more words

Portland Tribune

The Environmental Battle in Cork Harbour

As the wider community around Cork Harbour continues to await the decision of An Bord Pleanala (State planning board)  in relation to the planning application by Indaver Ireland to construct an incinerator in Ringaskiddy, Councillor Marcia Dalton of Cork County Council will address this issue on Thursday morning 3rd August at the Maldron Hotel at the Spirit of Mother Jones Festival & Summer School. 1,312 more words

Mother Jones

Notes of meeting - May 2017

Thanks to everyone who attended our meeting in central Croydon on Monday 12 April, 2017.

Notices and notes of meeting

The notices of meeting were posted up after the meeting.   179 more words

Minutes And Notes Of Meetings

Waste Segregation - Need of the hour (World Environment Day, 2017)?

Recyclable waste

I was searching for inspiration on how I can play my part for the World Environment Day, 2017 (June 5). I could not do much; however, on my visit to Trivandrum, I discovered that the society we stayed in had robust waste segregation measures in place. 328 more words

Climate Change