Wednesday, December 11, 2019

a surprisingly honest look at recycling

I generally like the educational videos on YouTube—the ones aimed primarily at high-schoolers—but I recognize that many of these shows (e.g., crash Course History) tend to have a distinct leftward bias. Which is why the following video came as a pleasant surprise: while it's positive about the potential benefits of recycling, it's also fairly honest about the problems with recycling as it's practiced today:

Compare the above to my previous posts on this topic, especially here and here.

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