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Contributed by Anilawati Nurwakhidin, YPBB – Indonesia The COVID-19 pandemic has restricted movements in Bandung City and many other places in Indonesia, as local governments impose community lockdowns to control the spread of the virus. The lockdowns have...read more
The Australian Governments Recycling and Waste Reduction Bill is progressing through the Australian Parliament. The bill is designed to strengthen product stewardship laws and prevent the export of Australian waste in response to the international condemnation of...read more
Check out GAIA AP’s 1st virtual exhibit, This is how we roll: waste collection vehicles in Asia. It highlights decentralized waste collection systems in India, Indonesia, Philippines, and Vietnam. This is how we roll: Waste collection vehicles in Asia is...read more
Amid overwhelming plastic pollution and an exponential rise in plastic production, the fossil fuel industry has touted chemical or "advanced" recycling as a solution to the plastic crisis. However, a new report by the Global Alliance for Incinerator...
House Democrats Fall for Fossil Fuel Industry Greenwashing Scheme, “Chemical Recycling” in Climate Plan
Report: “Chemical Recycling” Will Make the Plastic and Climate Crises Worse July, 27, 8am EST, Berkeley, CA—Amid overwhelming plastic pollution and an exponential rise in plastic production, the fossil fuel industry has touted chemical or "advanced"...
By Sherma E Benosa In his essay, “A Heritage of Smallness,” National Artist for Literature, Nick Joaquin, wrote: “Enterprise for the Filipino is small stall: the sari-sari… Commerce for the Filipino is the smallest degree of retail: the tingi. What most...
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