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Cara Delevingne schools Donald Trump on climate + Japanese town to be trash-free by 2020

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Cara Delevingne knows more about climate change than Donald Trump
“On a recent visit to the White House, famous person Cara Delevingne left a message for one of its would-be inhabitants on her Instagram…

Delevingne also included the hashtags #itrumptrump, #ichallengetrump and #climatechangeexistsfool. And for those of you who don’t speak hashtag, allow us to translate: “I challenge you, Mr. Trump, to accept that climate change is an ongoing and human-made phenomenon that will have disastrous consequences for all inhabitants of this fine planet. Also, you’re a fucking moron.” Read the full story on Grist now…


KamikatsuThis Japanese town aims to produce no trash by 2020
“If you think sorting recycling from trash is a hassle, then try sorting all of that recycling into 34 separate categories. That is what residents of Kamikatsu, Japan, must do. The town in southern Japan has a rigorous waste-management program that recycles or composts 80 percent of the waste produced by its 1,700 residents.

The remaining 20 percent goes to landfill, although Kamikatsu hopes to eliminate that amount entirely by 2020…” Read the full story on Treehugger now…


Solar Thermal Tech JacketsSolar jackets use the sun’s energy to keep you warm
“According to press materials from ThermalTech, which is currently seeking crowdfunding on Indiegogo, the company’s jackets are the “world’s first solar-powered smart jackets” and can increase the “in-clothing temperature” by 18°F in just two minutes, thanks to “paper-thin” stainless steel mesh fabric threads that are said to absorb the sun’s UV rays and “transform them into heat…” Get the scoop on Treehugger now…


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