When it comes to recycling, the United States continues to lag behind the rest of the world as most recyclables end up in landfills or incinerators. Although it’s important for the United States to quickly establish a uniform recycling system, it ultimately comes down to relearning the basics of recycling.
In the spirit of the new paper straws on campus, students offer tips and tricks on how to live more sustainably.
You can call it the final straw. It is part of a growing trend to clean up beaches and the ocean. Malibu has already has a ban on plastic cups and utensils and come June 1st you can add straws to the list. McDonalds will be only one of many Malibu restaurants forced to change […]
Plastic is being pushed out as Malibu city leaders step in to protect the environment. NewsWaves reporter Brianna Willis is here with an update on the decision from last night’s city council meeting and what plastic products are out immediately.
Graphic by Nate Barton Carrying plastic water bottles is really convenient. They are light and can be very small, which barely adds any extra weight or space in school backpacks or purses. If they become heavy, throwing them away is an option; when thirsty, it is easy to buy another one anywhere. However, disregarding the […]
Art by Kris Harper Mattel recently introduced new kinds of Barbie dolls, this time with more diverse body shapes, as well as different skin tones, eye colors and hair colors. The Jan. 28 announcement of a more diverse Barbie came shortly before Lego announced their first-ever figurine in a wheelchair, set to debut later this […]
Photo by Carolina Pinto The Green Team created a three-phase plan to ban disposable water bottles on campus and to inform the community about the negative environmental effects of disposable bottles. Green Team President Avery Davis said this is a long-term project. The Green Team tabled in the Caf for the first phase on Feb. […]
The convenience of a Keurig comes with its own price tag