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Has Recycling Lived Up to Its Promises?

Americans still don’t recycle as much as they could. Nonetheless, the practice is already considered a huge success given that it keeps about a third of the solid waste we generate out of our quickly filling landfills and saves natural resources while generating much-needed revenue for struggling municipal governments.

Does Banning Plastic Bags Help the Environment?

Plastic bags, first introduced in the 1950s as a convenient way to store food, have since developed into a global scourge, littering roadsides, clogging sewer drains and landfills and getting ingested by animals and marine life. They are so prolific that they now comprise a significant portion of the plastic and other garbage that has collected in huge ocean gyres far from land.