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NYC: Reaching True Sustainability With Community Composting

NYC: Reaching True Sustainability With Community Composting | Recycling News Channel | OrganicStream.org | Scoop.it
Episode 21: Focusing on community composting in New York City with David Buckel, exploring how it can educate the public about sustainability, how it fits into a larger organics recycling system, and the challenges and opportunities composters face.
The Organic Stream's insight:

The new season of The Organic Stream is out! In this episode, we take a detailed look at the growing community composting movement in New York City with David Buckel of Added Value Red Hook Community Farms in Brooklyn. He tells us about the integral role community composting plays in the city, calling on policy makers to commit to a sustainable vision that includes community composting and ensure against the dangers of friction between community composting and curbside collection schemes.


Thank you to ORBIS for making this episode possible.

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Pitfalls and Potential: Climate Change Vulnerability in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Pitfalls and Potential: Climate Change Vulnerability in Dhaka, Bangladesh | Recycling News Channel | OrganicStream.org | Scoop.it

"While Bangladesh may not be contributing as much as the developed world to this rise in global temperatures, the country is a microcosm of the adaptation challenges that will continue to escalate around the world, and holds many lessons for building a more resilient urban future."

The Organic Stream's insight:

Dhaka has a great opportunity to become a leading example of a sustainable city for all of us to follow, and focusing on finding long-term solutions instead of short-term fixes will be key.

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