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Waste Not, Want Not

Marc-Antoni

Marc-Antoni is fascinated by the world. There is so much to learn and apply towards adopting sustainable practices. With a background in history and business management, Marc-Antoni loves leveraging the past to help solve for the future. Originally from Montreal, Canada he now lives in Tokyo, Japan. You're more than welcome to reach out!

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  1. April 13, 2018

    […] One the one hand we must look to clean up all the plastic that is poisoning our environment (see Waste Not, Want Not). There are pretty creative ways to accomplish this first part, ranging from plogging (picking up […]

  2. May 28, 2018

    […] This not need be the case!! There is no waste in nature, everything is constantly used and reused (see The Circular Economy), and we need to relearn how to live within nature’s means. But until that time, we can certainly attempt to cut down on what we do in fact throw away. For added motivation, just take a look at the tremendous amount of trash we are throwing away, and what it does to people and the environment (check out the documentary Trashed). […]

  3. October 24, 2018

    […] 2 […]

  4. October 29, 2018

    […] This not need be the case!! There is no waste in nature, everything is constantly used and reused (see The Circular Economy), and we need to relearn how to live within nature’s means. But until that time, we can certainly attempt to cut down on what we do in fact throw away. For added motivation, just take a look at the tremendous amount of trash we are throwing away, and what it does to people and the environment (check out the documentary Trashed). […]

  5. October 30, 2018

    […] this rapid consumption culture enact destructive social costs, but it also contributes greatly to landfill waste as represented by the millions upon millions of tons thrown away annually. This fashion debris, […]

  6. December 31, 2018

    […] 5 […]

  7. March 26, 2019

    […] society need to stop dumping our trash/plastics/ & synthetic chemicals into the water (see Trashed) and adopt better, biodegradable […]

  8. June 24, 2020

    […] Click here for more details & the film trailer […]

  9. July 30, 2020

    […] how things are made. As the authors explain, the current (conventional) way of making things is failing us. It is simply a status quo that has perpetuated from the days of the Industrial Revolution. It […]

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