Since acquiring the notes of John Peabody Harrington 14 years ago, the Cultural Department of the Santa Ynez Band of Samala Chumash Indians aims to rekindle the ancestors’ culture of living off the land. The group participates in recycling, cleanups and a bustling tribal nursery.
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.
Graphic by Nate Barton This year, unlike those previous, Pepperdine made the announcement that they would no longer be sorting the recycling but will instead be relying on the good-will of campus members to put the recyclable materials in their own respective bin. However, they have not removed the labels from any of the outdoor […]
Let’s use new focus on individual responsibility for recycling as a first step toward becoming a more independent student body
Students, faculty required to sort recycling