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  • Where to Recycle Aluminum Cans

    May 10, 20170

    It’s easy to recycle aluminum cans and that’s good –  because they are everywhere. According to World Counts, we use…

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    Broad Street Run is en Route to “Zero Waste”

    May 9, 20171

    Zero Waste and Litter Director Nic Esposito wastes no time getting down to business. (…Get it?) This past Sunday, 40,000…

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    Grant Opportunity: Organizations Wanted to Tackle Cigarette Litter

    May 8, 20170

    Sick of seeing cigarette butts littering the ground? A new grant opportunity is helping local community organizations tackle this waste.…

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    7 Sustainability Events You’ll Love in May

    May 4, 20170

    Tis’ the season for block parties, gardening, graduations, beer gardens, and blooming flowers. Check out these great sustainability events going…

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    Nominations Open for SustainPHL 2017

    May 2, 20170

    SustainPHL is returning on Thursday, August 3, 2017. SustainPHL is Philadelphia’s annual sustainability awards and celebration hosted by Green Philly.…

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    Volta Market Moves Online: Q & A with Lisa Volta

    May 1, 20170

    Since 2014, holistic staple Volta Market has operated its funky shop on East Passyunk Ave. Along Volta’s own line of organic…

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    “The Vegetarian’s Guide to Eating Meat”: Book Review

    April 28, 20173

    Can a carnivore appreciate a vegetarian-turned-carnivore book? At first, I was unsure if “The Vegetarian’s Guide to Eating Meat” by…

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    Why I’m going to DC for the People’s Climate March – and you should, too!

    April 27, 20170

    I’m heading to DC for the People’s Climate March on Saturday. Yes, last Saturday was the Science March. Yes, there…

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    When Is Trash Day?

    April 26, 20170

    The city of Philadelphia has weekly curbside trash and recycling collection and serves about 530,000 residential units. Yet, new residents…

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    Indego 2 Years In: Lessons from Bike Share

    April 25, 20170

    Philadelphia’s innovative bike share program, Indego. We talked to Aaron Ritz, Transportation Manager in the Office of Transportation and Infrastructure…

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