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South Korea recycles 95% of its food waste

Composting is a way we all can help reduce greenhouse gases. If food waste goes to landfills, it become noxious methane gas. A much bigger problem than most of us realize. If composted, it sequesters carbon and also makes great … Continue reading

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Why NH lags in solar; causes and fixes

New Hampshire Public Radio’s The Exchange recently tackled  “Why N.H. Lags on Major Solar Projects and How That Might Be Changing.” Surrounding states like Vermont, Massachusetts and Maine have already developed large solar projects that go beyond just private roof … Continue reading

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Inspiration, Part II: The Drawdown Project

The Drawdown Project helped SCCC steering committee members Katherine Thorndike and Leonard Witt visualize the possibilities for attacking global warming on individual and societal levels. Its vision statement inspires us most: Stopping global warming is possible, with solutions that exist … Continue reading

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