recycling

The University of Mississippi
I thought the trash cans at Ole Miss looked so dark and boring. So, I redesigned them to be more interesting to people so they would notice them, thus, reducing the trash on the road.
Planet Forward Intern/Marymount University
Food waste is a big problem in America. You might not even realize you're trashing edible food that hasn't expired – right from the cutting board and mixing bowl. 
Recycling made easy
Recycling made easy
Digital Media Producer, Planet Forward
FEATURED SELFIE: Why don't people recycle? George Washington University's new single-stream recycling may be a remedy. 
The George Washington University
Back in February, we posted about keeping warm during the winter months while saving energy. Now that summer has arrived, there are plenty of things you can do to enjoy the warmer months and reduce your impact on the planet. Hit up your farmers... Read More
University of Mississippi
Ole Miss definitely has a recycling problem. There are hardly any recycling bins on campus and the ones that are there are typically just thrown in with the regular trash. 
Comedic Skit about Recycling
Comedic Skit about Recycling
A Comedic Skit about recycling beer cans. Made to make people laugh but also think about how many cans a University can go through
Video by Musadiq Bidar, Nimet Kirac and Max Chen
Video by Musadiq Bidar, Nimet Kirac and Max Chen
The George Washington University
Of the 30,000 water bottles sold annually in America only 1 out of 5 gets recycled. We hit the streets of D.C to ask people why they buy bottled water.
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Advanced Journalism students at the University of Mississippi have found sustainability in their community - check out their videos.
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Where is your trash going? If you live in Alexandria, Virginia or a community like it, it's not going to a landfill - it's being burned to power your home.
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Take a look at a new process from OnTo technologies that could potentially rejuvenate and reuse the batteries we rely on every day, cutting both the cost of recycling and one of the biggest components of electronics waste.

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