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How Does Bhutan Remain Carbon-Negative?

Landlocked between China and India, Bhutan has been an independent state throughout its history, building a national identity around the tenets of Buddhism. Today, 72% of Bhutan is forest; the government, following a ruling from the fourth king, has mandated that 60% remain that way indefinitely.

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Recycling & Composting in the U.S.

The movement to add commercial composting infrastructure to waste management

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Five Breakthroughs Worth Celebrating on Earth Day

Earth Day began on April 22, 1970, when 20 million people across the United States rallied for a clean environment. It has since become an annual celebration and a global day of action. In that spirit, we’d like to celebrate how far we’re come.