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When Trash to Treasure is a Means of Subsistence

When Trash to Treasure is a Means of Subsistence

  Hi! My name is Clara, I am from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and I am currently PLAN’s Fundraising Development Intern. My interest in waste was sparked in my college years and grounded in on-campus waste reduction initiatives, such as move out programs and dorm...

Traveling Zero Waste – Tips from the Freid

We just wrapped up the Patagonia Worn Wear College Tour, and it was pretty epic! For 14 weeks we drove 15,000 miles across the US, visiting 21 college campuses that are leaders in the Campus Zero Waste Movement. The tour was an amazing opportunity to work with...

Our Safer Space Policy

PLEASE NOTE: This is the original version of the safer space policy. It has been updated as 6/5/2018. Please find the new Safer Space Policy and Community Agreements here. Also see our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Mandate. As we build a Zero Waste movement we...
The Power of One

The Power of One

Michael Leland has been rifling through garbage bins, picking out recyclables, and pushing a shopping cart filled with the material down the street on the lower east side of Vancouver for more than a decade. “For years I just kind of pushed my cart through crowds with...
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