10 ways to go green this holiday season. Zero Waste holiday tips from Eco-Cycle.
This infographic combined with these recommendations are some simple reminders that mass consumption and waste does not contribute to global joy or cheer.
Global news with a spatial perspective: Interesting, current supplemental materials for geography teachers and students.
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A new global survey suggests world's the most wasteful countries feel the least guilty—and vice-versa.
Our consumption patterns, ecological footprint and lifestyle choices have a significant impact on how we feel about sustainability initiatives and human/environmental interactions.
Steel is strong, versatile and 100% recyclable. Learn how old steel shipping containers are given a new lease on life as liveable spaces.
Reusing resources is a critical part of sustainability. This video looks at the recycling of steel including the creating of container homes.
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Our society is obviously heavily dependent on oil. Yet we often don't see the environmental impacts of our collective oil consumption on the landscape because the negative impacts have been spatially separated away from oil consumers. This is an excellent compilation of photos by Edward Burtynsky that makes the connection between oil consumption and changes to both the physical and cultural landscapes explicit. For more images by this artist, see: http://www.edwardburtynsky.com/ ;
While this image does not show the whole work of art, I wanted to show a close-up so that the circuitry could be seen. Susan Stockwell is a cartographically inspired artist, who has frequently used maps as both medium and theme of her artwork. With e-waste being a growing concern, the meanings behind this installation expands our understands of this piece. For more of her work, see: http://www.susanstockwell.co.uk/
Levi Strauss & Co. believes that water is a precious resource and everyone should do their part to lead a more WaterLess lifestyle. Find out more about our w...
More and more companies are strategically rethinking manufacturing to be less harmful to the environment. There are sound economic, cultural, marketing and sustainability reasons for rethinking the manufacturing process. In the past Levi's used more than 11 gallons to produce 1 pair of jeans to get that aesthetic look just right...this video looks at the restructuring process to make these essentially 'waterless' jeans.
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The Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) is a policy institute that seeks sustainable solutions to the world¡¯s escalating water crisis.
This is an excellent bit of information to keep in mind when discussing agricultural systems and methods of food production. Why does this happen? How can we reduce that our waste?