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Where does our waste go ? (cartoon #3)

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Where does our waste go? (Sustainability Cartoon #3) When human beings stepped on the moon, we learned 2 important things: 1) how incredibly ingenious we are and 2) that our planet does not have any pipe to bring in new resources or send away our waste. Find all our sustainability cartoons here and subscribe for a new one every other Tuesday. Sign up for a new sustainability cartoon every other Tuesday! Never miss a post:
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David Suzuki: We’re in a giant car… (cartoon #2)

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We're all in it together, and yet...: Sustainability Cartoon #2 This cartoon was inspired by a quote by David Suzuki: "We're in a giant car heading towards a brick wall and everyone's arguing over where they're going to sit". Find all our sustainability cartoons here and subscribe for a new one every other Tuesday. Sign up for a new sustainability cartoon every other Tuesday! Never miss a post:
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Climate change is like gravity…

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Climate change is like gravity: Sustainability Cartoon #1 This climate change cartoon was inspired by a quote by climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe. Find all our sustainability cartoons here and subscribe for a new one every other Tuesday. Sign up for a new sustainability cartoon every other Tuesday! Never miss a post:
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Growing potatoes on Mars: Ecological footprint

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If I can grow enough potatoes, I won’t starve. But how large an area do I need to plant? It’s a simple question in a complex and desperate situation. In the movie The Martian, an astronaut on a Mars mission is thought to have been killed in an accident and left on the red planet during an emergency evacuation by the rest of the crew. Mark Watney, the unlucky astronaut played by actor Matt Damon, must figure out how to survive. With four years to go before the next scheduled mission will arrive on Mars, but only enough food to last...
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