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Will China's crackdown on 'foreign garbage' force wealthy countries to recycle more of their own waste?
Source: The Conversation, 12/13/17
Summary: With holidays approaching, many of us are mindful of the need to collect and recycle all the additional plastic, paper and other waste that we are about to generate. This year, however, there are questions about where that waste will end up. China, the world's largest importer of scrap, is looking to clean up its act.
When and how to use the term 'zero waste' -- and when to avoid it
Source: Waste Dive, 12/11/17
Summary: Do we need the term "zero waste" to guide our consumption and waste behaviors, or are we better off without it?
Will people eat relish made from 'waste' ingredients? Study finds they may even prefer it
Source: Drexel University, 12/12/17
Summary: A new Drexel University study found strong potential for consumer acceptance of a new category of foods created from discarded ingredients.
A Look at Sonoma County, Calif.'s Plan to Fight Food Waste
Source: Waste360, 11/30/17
Summary: The Sonoma County Food Recovery Coalition is working to divert what is salvageable and edible to feed the hungry.
A First Among States, California Plugs the 'Carbon Loophole'
Source: Governing, 11/30/17
Summary: The new Buy Clean California Act is the world's first legislative effort to address supply chain carbon emissions.
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