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Agriculture The Story Of Solutions — Changing The Game (VIDEO)

Published on January 17th, 2014 | by Zachary Shahan


The Story Of Solutions — Changing The Game (VIDEO)

January 17th, 2014 by  

This is a good video from the rather famous “Story of Stuff” people. I think it speaks for itself:

Clearly, we need “game-changing” solutions, but we need a ton of them. As I’ve noted before, not just “this or that” but “this and that.” Or, more appropriately, “these and those.” We need to change a lot of games.

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  • Wayne Williamson

    Only made it 4.5 minutes into the presentation before I shut it off.
    Sorry, I like my plastic bags and I like my plastic bottles, both of them are recycled. And yeah, I recycle my aluminum cans. Some things can be taken to extremes…..

    • Otis11

      That’s what I thought too… until my city actually banned them. I grumbled the whole way to the store, grumbled when I packed my bags and grumbled the whole way home, until I went to carry the groceries up three flights of stairs. Turns out the new, reusable bags are much bigger and much sturdier. It’s easier to carry 6 big bags than it was to carry 25 or so small ones. And I simply put the bags in the same place I used to put the recyclable bags to take back…

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