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  • Perhaps start small and measure how much waste / recycle / paper is going out first. With that data then you can start slowly addressing how it comes in. ------------------------------ Jonathan Ong ------------------------------

  • The pollution caused by plastic is definitely a problem. Until we replace the convenience of plastic with a sustainable alternative, the production of plastic will never stop. I'd love to see how we can educate people on creating less waste in a way that ...

  • Hi everyone! My name is Brigitte, and I wanted to hear from you all what can corporations do to help increase plastic recycling and create zero waste? ------------------------------ Brigitte Austin ------------------------------

  • There are many things everyone can do to reduce water usage. I would personally like to see fewer traditional grass lawns and more xeriscaped yards (i.e., with native plants). Neighborhood developers could lead the way by not installing water guzzling ...

  • Hello everyone! My question to you all is, how can we most effectively promote cost-effective, low-impact options for our water supply? ------------------------------ Janice Bezanson ------------------------------

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