Posts tagged recycling
Fuelling Tomorrow with the News of Yesterday.

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In the cut-throat world of mass communication, it is no secret that the newspaper of today is merely a shadow of what its former self represented. Whereas a century ago, the traditional, hard-copy newspaper was regarded as the cornerstone of human communication in much of the world, today it is seen as a somewhat outdated and inefficient mode of communication, outmuscled largely by television and the internet. So, naturally, it isn’t far-fetched to imagine a day in the not-so-distant future where the newspaper will be old news, and science is all too excited with how it may put millions of old print copies to good use.

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That's Not Garbage: Graydon's Top 10 Do-It-Yourself Eco-Projects!

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Do you ever get jealous of those “do it yourselfers” that you know? Those friends of yours who always have something trendy in their house that they made with their own two hands? I think upcycling and downcycling your old waste is one of the coolest green habits you can get into, but a lot of the times it’s hard to come up with ideas.

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Don't be trashy.
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Mondays are my least favourite day of the week. It’s not because I have to wake up early after a long, relaxing weekend, and it’s not even because I know there’s a full week ahead of me. I hate Mondays because it’s garbage day in Hamilton- the day lazy university students throughout my neighbourhood get to leave heaps of trash sprinkled all over their lawns for me to walk through on the way to school.

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