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Michelle Obama "Responds" to Kanye West

Michelle Obama "Responds" to Kanye West | Australia waste management | Scoop.it
Hi, it's Michelle.

Michelle Obama, Barack's wife. Barack Obama, the President of the United States of America. That makes me the First Lady of the United States of America. Me = Michelle Obama.

I… (Wait wait did Michelle Obama just son Kanye?

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Nuclear waste on the move in clean-up

Nuclear waste on the move in clean-up | Australia waste management | Scoop.it
Radioactive waste and parts of Australia's oldest nuclear reactor will be trucked out of Sydney under plans to clean up the Lucas Heights nuclear facility and develop a national hazardous-waste dump in the outback.
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Olivia Kim's comment, July 22, 2013 6:43 AM
The process of moving the waste will be planned and thought out carefully as it might harm the health of civilians. It is concerning for the residences and the traditional land owners as it will damage their land for a very long period of time until the nuclear waste decay.
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Coalition candidate supports waste dumping in Great Barrier Reef area

Coalition candidate supports waste dumping in Great Barrier Reef area | Australia waste management | Scoop.it
Guardian Australia: LNP candidate for Capricornia says she would support dumping in world heritage area to enable expansion of coal port
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Olivia Kim's comment, July 22, 2013 6:30 AM
i find it outrageous that 75.2% of the residence of the electorate of capricornia supported the dumping of waste in the Great Barrier Reef. I understand it would take a bit of time, money and might break some deals but i personally dont think it is a wise decision to make the great barrier reef a waste dump.
Sarah's comment, July 26, 2013 9:33 PM
LNP for Capricornia said that she would support the dumping of extra waste into our precious Great Barrier Reef. Though, 75.2% said that they would not agree to this. The dumping is being considered to enable expansion for a nearby coal port. The Ecological Dimension is human expansion and growth - through clearing land and jeopardizing nature for the sake of bettering off our supplies. The spatial dimension occurs on Queensland Australia and it affects a vast majority of sea water and world heritage site.
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Beyond recycling: making waste obsolete - The Conversation

Beyond recycling: making waste obsolete - The Conversation | Australia waste management | Scoop.it

Given our rapid depletion of resources, especially raw materials, and Australia’s ever-increasing waste creation, it’s time to ask: what are the best ways to encourage resource recovery and recycling to get to “zero waste”?


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Olivia Kim's comment, July 22, 2013 8:06 AM
this article shows how zero waste can be carried out (like a plan), but its not only the individuals that have to contribute but the large industries who create large masses of waste.