What would it look like if you and your family lay down in your household garbage? Gregg Segal, photographer, explored that question, to really bring home the way we are fouling our nest, this lovely planet of ours, with our trashy ways. 69 more words
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On a day to day basis, the problems plaguing Bengaluru’s waste management seem obvious to most of us – the streets are full of litter, manual handling of waste is rampant, segregation at source has been a struggle and waste processing is minimal. 1,437 more words
We love our trash to the apocalypse. Let me illustrate why.
“The Position Paper on The Solid Waste Management Sector in India – 2009”, a study conducted by the Ministry of Finance, has this to say: India will need more than 1,400 square kilometer of land to dump its unprocessed garbage. 438 more words
The forum focused on Green Technology and Green Economy. The objective of this forum was to facilitate acceleration of green growth in Asia (member-countries). The forum covered environmental and economic achievements from major green productivity activities and initiatives in member countries. 2,126 more words
By Keith Anthony S. Fabro
PUERTO PRINCESA CITY, June 3 (PNA) — This city, once awarded as Hall of Famer for the “Cleanest and Greenest City,” is currently facing the smelliest controversy over alleged uncollected garbage, forcing Monday the Sangguniang Panlungsod to compel the City Solid Waste Management (CSWM) “to bring back its efficiency.” 224 more words
Yes, it’s true.
In all probability, this number might be an understatement as there maybe be more than 15,000 waste-pickers in the City going about their work every day—building new hopes and sometimes little habitats and hoping that one day, they will live to… 658 more words