Consider the Vulture: An Ethical Approach to Roadkill

A Bibliography on Demolition Waste and Deconstruction

Keyword: Deconstruction Waste (Building)

These chemicals are bad for babies and whales: Why haven’t they been banned in Canada?

Resources for Observing and Understanding America Recycles Day

Moving the Circular Economy Beyond Alchemy

Urban noise pollution is worst in poor and minority neighborhoods and segregated cities

Article Alert! New Texts in Discard Studies (October 2017)

Examining Waste as an Economic Externality

In space, this is the age of reusability

Benzene, PCBs, and industrial chemistry: A narrative bibliography

CFP: Pervasive Powers: Corporate Authority in the Shaping of Public Policy (Paris)

How subversive artists made thrift shopping cool

Doctoral researcher in “Plastics – Publics – Politics” (Munich)

New Texts in Discard Studies (September 2017)

For a true war on waste, the fashion industry must spend more on research

CFP: Organizing and Managing Waste (Dec 1)

Virtual Waste: Flowing from a data center near you

CFP: Nuclear Waste and Deep Time (Amsterdam)

Toxins or Toxicants? Why the difference matters

CFP: Muddied Waters: Decomposing the Anthropocene

Pollution is Colonialism

New articles in Discard Studies (July/August)

CFP: Ethnographic Practices and the Temporality of Evidence (CAS 2018, Cuba)

Students for Zero Waste Conference, 2017 (Philadelphia)

How we discovered pollution-poisoned crustaceans in the Mariana Trench

CfP: Hazardous Time-Scapes: How to Make Sense of Toxic Landscapes from Multiple Timed, Spaced, and Embodied Perspectives?

Your city could be exporting deadly air pollution – here’s why

Cleaning up toxic sites shouldn’t clear out the neighbors

CPF: Shifting Baselines, Altered Horizons: Politics, Practice, and Knowledge in Environmental Science and Policy

We can’t recycle our way to ‘zero waste’

Pristine paradise to rubbish dump: the same Pacific island, 23 years apart

Bibliography on critical approaches to toxics and toxicity

Article Alert! New texts in discard studies (May & June 2017)

Not afraid of the ruins: Call for submissions for science fiction and utopian imaginaries

Community Responses to Toxic Hazards: A Reading List

Four salaried PhD positions in Oslo on toxicology and global waste

On (not) seeing artificial light at night: Light pollution or lighting poverty?

Recycling Reconsidered: A must-read text for discard studies

Powerful supermarkets push the cost of food waste onto suppliers, charities

Special Issue Alert! Geosocial Formations and the Anthropocene in Theory, Culture & Society

CFP: Suspensions: Atmospherics of the Anthropocene (deadline May 26)

Community repair: a pop-up alternative to the throwaway society

Putting Dirt in its Place: The Contemporary Politics of Waste (Conference in Cambridge, UK. June 2017)

Call for participation: Enacting Environmental Data Justice

Repair and Software: Updates, Obsolescence, and Mobile Culture’s Operating Systems

Beyond breakdown: Exploring Regimes of Maintenance

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Announcements and Calls for Participation in Discard Studies (Nov 2017)

Review of Richard S. Newman’s “Love Canal: A Toxic History from Colonial Times to the Present”

The forgotten story of how a toxic spill and a book launched Britain’s environmental movement

Call for applicants: Anthropocene Campus Philadelphia (deadline July 15)

Reorganized Organ: youth mentorship project