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Made to Break: A Zero Waste Challenge

A few months ago, the PLAN staff had a thought: “Wouldn’t it be interesting to test our chops in a public zero waste lifestyle experiment? And why not do it with our huge crew of interns over the summer when everything is fun and magical?” So here we are, wading into the difficult waters of a […]

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Move Out: Spring 2016

Move Out: Spring 2016

“Click!” goes the sound of a residence hall door, accompanied by a sigh of relief, as a student finally walks off campus for a well-deserved summer break. After a gregarious week of final exams, group projects, last minute grade finagling, and goodbyes to peers, the final “zwoop” of a suitcase zipper is requires an even […]

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Campus Changemakers: My Zero Waste Journey

Growing up I spent many days playing outside, catching frogs in the creek in my backyard and riding my bike around with my friends. I adored my pets, and every other animal I came across for that matter. I was raised by young parents in a house where wasting food was a sin, and over-consuming […]

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Paving the Way to A Zero Waste Future

Paving the Way to A Zero Waste Future

We are excited to share with you the work of our PLANtern, Lauren Brodie. Lauren is a Senior UNH student who has build a shareable, editable, compilation of resources for teachers of Elementary, Middle and High School Classes. See the resource document here! Introduction: Nelson Mandela said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you […]

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