Just Zero Issue Brief Outlines How to Tackle Food Waste
Just Zero’s organics issue brief outlines how states and cities across the country can implement a proven and effective policy that not only reduces food waste, but also helps alleviate hunger and expand and strengthen composting programs.
Vermont Governor Vetoes Sweeping Expansion of Bottle Bill Program
Vermont Governor Phil Scott vetoed a critical bill (H.158) that would have expanded and modernized the state’s Bottle Bill Program.
Environmentalists Urge Lawmakers to Expand and Modernize the Massachusetts Bottle Bill
Environmentalists cite environmental and economic benefits when calling on on Massachusetts legislators to expand and modernize the state’s Bottle Bill program.
Environmental Advocates Arrive in D.C. to Urge Lawmakers to Act on Plastics
Environmental advocates are in Washington, D.C. for the second annual Week of Action in support of strong federal legislation to protect communities and the planet from dangerous single-use plastics.
New York Legislature Adjourns Without Addressing Plastic Pollution and Recycling Reform
The New York State Legislature officially adjourned without enacting the Packaging Reduction and Recycling Infrastructure Act, a critical policy that would have addressed the state’s growing waste crisis.
Environmental Groups Denounce Flawed Connecticut Waste Bill
Yesterday, the Connecticut Senate passed a deeply flawed piece of legislation (HB 6664) that will undermine Connecticut’s efforts to solve its waste crisis.
Just Zero Condemns UN for Fossil Fuel Industry Influence on Global Plastics Treaty
The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) allows the fossil fuel industry to undermine plastics treaty negotiations process.
United Nations Plastics Report Endorses Dangerous, Unproven Technologies
The United Nations Environment Programme’s roadmap for reducing worldwide plastic pollution incorporates the consideration of “chemical conversion” technologies for plastic waste.
Vermont Legislature Approves Sweeping Expansion of Bottle Bill Program
Vermont’s Senate advanced an important piece of legislation (H.158) that would expand and modernize the state’s Bottle Bill.
Just Zero Weighs in On Draft New York State Waste Plan
Just Zero filed comments with the New York Department of Environmental Conservation regarding the Draft New York State Solid Waste Management Plan.
Just Zero Issue Brief Outlines How to Tackle Food Waste
Just Zero’s organics issue brief outlines how states and cities across the country can implement a proven and effective policy that not only reduces food waste, but also helps alleviate hunger and expand and strengthen composting programs.
Vermont Governor Vetoes Sweeping Expansion of Bottle Bill Program
Vermont Governor Phil Scott vetoed a critical bill (H.158) that would have expanded and modernized the state’s Bottle Bill Program.
Environmentalists Urge Lawmakers to Expand and Modernize the Massachusetts Bottle Bill
Environmentalists cite environmental and economic benefits when calling on on Massachusetts legislators to expand and modernize the state’s Bottle Bill program.
Environmental Advocates Arrive in D.C. to Urge Lawmakers to Act on Plastics
Environmental advocates are in Washington, D.C. for the second annual Week of Action in support of strong federal legislation to protect communities and the planet from dangerous single-use plastics.
New York Legislature Adjourns Without Addressing Plastic Pollution and Recycling Reform
The New York State Legislature officially adjourned without enacting the Packaging Reduction and Recycling Infrastructure Act, a critical policy that would have addressed the state’s growing waste crisis.
Environmental Groups Denounce Flawed Connecticut Waste Bill
Yesterday, the Connecticut Senate passed a deeply flawed piece of legislation (HB 6664) that will undermine Connecticut’s efforts to solve its waste crisis.
Just Zero Condemns UN for Fossil Fuel Industry Influence on Global Plastics Treaty
The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) allows the fossil fuel industry to undermine plastics treaty negotiations process.
United Nations Plastics Report Endorses Dangerous, Unproven Technologies
The United Nations Environment Programme’s roadmap for reducing worldwide plastic pollution incorporates the consideration of “chemical conversion” technologies for plastic waste.
Vermont Legislature Approves Sweeping Expansion of Bottle Bill Program
Vermont’s Senate advanced an important piece of legislation (H.158) that would expand and modernize the state’s Bottle Bill.
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