by Ananda Lee Tan, Gary Liss and Matt LeonardResource Recycling

Community recycling efforts around the country are getting burned by incineration. Despite financial numbers that don’t add up, why is incineration of solid waste – and recoverable materials – for energy recovery on the rise? What policies and incentives need to change to turn down the heat?

News and Current Campaigns

Innovate, don’t Incinerate! Environmental Justice...   Bali, Indonesia, 12 Oct 2018 — Today, over 400 organizations and individuals in more than 50 countries called on international financial ins...
Open Letter to Erik Solheim: UNEP Should Not Suppo... Monday, September 17, 2018 Mr. Erik Solheim United Nations Avenue, Gigiri PO Box 30552, 00100 Nairobi, Kenya cc: United Nations Environment Program D...
Press Release: C40 Declaration Signals Internation... For Immediate Release              September 13, 2018 Contact: Claire Arkin, Campaign and Communications Associate, GAIA, claire@no-burn.org,...
Incinerators in trouble As part of a series of projects planned to support and elevate grassgroots efforts against trash incinerators in the U.S., GAIA released a factsheet o...