Environmental Humanities

Acceptance is Basic

Before downloading any app, or entering any legally binding agreement, you have to choose “Accept” or “I do not accept.” Typically, no one reads the terms. You either accept or you don’t. While that may work for software, it isn’t very fitting for humans. You are not a terms of use. You are not something

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Documenting green innovation in Philly’s Indonesian community

It was my honor to meet the leaders of Feed the Barrel, Philadelphia’s first residential oil recycling pilot, started by the city’s Indonesian community. Working together to champion this model of green innovation in the city, Sinta, Lena, and Hani are firm believers in integrating government know-how with support at the grassroots level. As part of the inaugural

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