Jul 27, 2013-- These two local heroes changed the tide of their communities through a deep commitment to nurture a healthy planet and unwavering courage to follow their hearts' calling. They're part of a "growing global movement to significantly reduce the amount of trash we produce as communities, cities, countries and even regions. It's called the zero-waste movement...Adilla is a grassroots recycler -- also known as a waste picker -- from the embattled city of Bogota, Colombia. Ercolini is an elementary school teacher from the rustic farmlands of Capannori, Italy." They represent much hope and inspiration for creating communities that value sustainable living so that we can become responsible stewards of our Mother Earth. This article shares more. (22479 reads)
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