BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 29, 2022

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It may be difficult to see how one can apply the zero waste movement to their daily routine. Check out these small changes that you can make to waste less!
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It may be difficult to see how one can apply the zero waste movement to their daily routine. Check out these small changes that you can make to waste less!
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I resolved to reduce my carbon footprint. However, I’ve found it difficult to stick to ethically sourced, sustainable and zero waste ingredients.
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I resolved to reduce my carbon footprint. However, I’ve found it difficult to stick to ethically sourced, sustainable and zero waste ingredients.
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UC Berkeley was named one of the most environmentally responsible colleges, according to a recent Princeton Review survey.
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UC Berkeley was named one of the most environmentally responsible colleges, according to a recent Princeton Review survey.
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The idea of “zero waste” seems ominous when our surroundings are covered with reminders of our excess.
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The idea of “zero waste” seems ominous when our surroundings are covered with reminders of our excess.
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The city of Berkeley is looking at how a vastly different recycling landscape may increase rates for trash and recycling collection.  
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The city of Berkeley is looking at how a vastly different recycling landscape may increase rates for trash and recycling collection.  
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Happy Earth Day, Bears! Today's the day to celebrate Mother Earth, so let's do our part in taking care of this lovely planet we call home.
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Happy Earth Day, Bears! Today's the day to celebrate Mother Earth, so let's do our part in taking care of this lovely planet we call home.
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In order for UC Berkeley to reach our zero waste by 2020 goals, these are the bold next steps our students and administration must also adopt. In fact, as an institution of higher learning and the No. 1 public university in the world, we should now go even further in leading the way to eliminating the use of single-use disposable plastics and other landfill items on campus.
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In order for UC Berkeley to reach our zero waste by 2020 goals, these are the bold next steps our students and administration must also adopt. In fact, as an institution of higher learning and the No. 1 public university in the world, we should now go even further in leading the way to eliminating the use of single-use disposable plastics and other landfill items on campus.
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UC Berkeley’s Sproul Plaza Foot Traffic Control Board, or SPFTCB, announced Monday that all student organizations, socialist clubs and other groups are now banned from flyering on Sproul Plaza, a popular spot for this activity.
UC Berkeley’s Sproul Plaza Foot Traffic Control Board, or SPFTCB, announced Monday that all student organizations, socialist clubs and other groups are now banned from flyering on Sproul Plaza, a popular spot for this activity.
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