Monthly Archives: April 2019

America Finally Admits Recycling Doesn’t Work

As Discover magazine pointed out a decade ago, recycling is tricky business. A 2010 Columbia University study found that just 16.5 percent of the plastic collected by the New York Department of Sanitation was “recyclable.” “This results in nearly half … Continue reading

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If You’re Sweating the Small Stuff, Read Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman

Bailey Jean Matheson recently died of cancer at age 35, touching people all over the world by writing her own obituary. Matheson expressed gratitude for her loving family and friends and for her beautiful, but short, life. She closed her … Continue reading

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