Prayer for a 'no waste' environment

As I write, a larger-than-Texas swirl of plastic debris is choking sea life in the Pacific. In some areas, collected recyclables are warehoused or headed to landfills because demand for these materials is slumping as a result of the economic downturn.

Elsewhere, policy discussions of the possible benefits of more nucleargenerated electricity are weighed against how to safely dispose of its long-lived hazardous waste products. Failing auto manufacturers may be reconsidering planned obsolescence, even while that same marketing strategy increases the amount of electronic "e-waste" communities must handle.

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