April 19, 2013
by Kimi Narita
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Towards a Sustainable Kansas

Kimi Narita, MAP Energy Fellow , Chicago
Recently, the national media and blogosphere has picked up the story about a bill in Kansas that would outlaw public funding of sustainable development.  Most of the stories have been of s… Continue reading

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April 16, 2013
by Adrian Martinez
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Ready, Set, Recycle! Move Forward LA on Solving our Trash Problems

Adrian Martinez, Staff Attorney, Environmental Justice, Santa Monica, California
There’s a growing impatience amongst those committed to pushing LA to meet its ambitious Zero Waste goals.  For years, the Don’t Waste LA … Continue reading

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August 30, 2012
by Adrian Martinez
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Unanimous vote for waste reform in Los Angeles

Adrian Martinez, Staff Attorney, Environmental Justice, Santa Monica, California
After a 4 ½ hour hearing, including strong testimony from members of Don’t Waste LA coalition, the LA City Energy & Environment Committee … Continue reading

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November 23, 2011
by Adrian Martinez
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LA Is Getting Serious About Its Garbage

Adrian Martinez, Staff Attorney, Environmental Justice, Santa Monica, California
Yesterday, as reported in the LA Daily News, the Energy and Environment committee of the Los Angeles City Council approved an important decision to give wa… Continue reading

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July 12, 2010
by Recycling
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Push for more electronics plastics recycling

An influential committee is pushing for a steep increase in the volume of electronics plastics recycled and reused within the EU. This move is signalled in amendments tabled to planned reforms of the EU’s Directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Eq… Continue reading

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