John M. Grunsfeld helps to repair and replace the power control unit on the Hubble Telescope on NASA’s third service mission. The last and final service mission was in 2009. Photo taken on 2 March 2002. From Wikimedia Commons.

Anthropocene Adjustments: Discarding the Technosphere

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Municipal versus Industrial Waste: Questioning the 3-97 ratio

These plastics were collected by BabyLegs in the Mystic River, Boston. The squares on the page are 1 cm x 1 cm.

Article Alert! Redefining pollution and action: The matter of plastics

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The Ocean Conservatory’s Call for Mass Incineration in Asia: Disposability for Profit, Fantasies of Containment, & Colonialism

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LA’s Shade Balls: The ecological costs of plastics in water

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Temporality and Waste: Slow Violence

This team felt it was important to secure the perimeter of the site.

Students create concept models for Giant Mine markers: Communicating contamination in perpetuity

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Modern Waste is an Economic Strategy

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Why Discard Studies?

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Waste-Wilderness: A Conversation between Peter Galison and Smudge Studio