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Photo by Diana Markosian @markosian | Teens gather in the courtyard of a church in Havana, Cuba, as they prepare for their friend’s quinceañera, the celebration of a girl’s 15th birthday, which marks her passage from girlhood to womanhood. #cuba

Photo by Diana Markosian @markosian | Teens gather in the courtyard of a church in Havana, Cuba, as they prepare for their friend’s quinceañera, the celebration of a girl’s 15th birthday, which marks her passage from girlhood to womanhood. #cuba
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Photo by David Guttenfelder @dguttenfelder | A venomous scorpion, glowing under blue ultraviolet lights and a red headlamp, is found inside a national park in central Vietnam. Collecting venom from around the world, biomedical scientist Zoltan Takacs hopes to identify new pain medications because there are currently few good alternatives to opioids. Venom has already led to one notable success when scientists derived a drug for chronic pain from another of the world’s deadliest animals: the cone snail. For more please see our @natgeo January 2020 issue story, "A World of Pain."

Photo by David Guttenfelder @dguttenfelder | A venomous scorpion, glowing under blue ultraviolet lights and a red headlamp, is found inside a national park in central Vietnam. Collecting venom from around the world, biomedical scientist Zoltan Takacs hopes to identify new pain medications because there are currently few good alternatives to opioids. Venom has already led to one notable success when scientists derived a drug for chronic pain from another of the world’s deadliest animals: the cone snail. For more please see our @natgeo January 2020 issue story, "A World of Pain."
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Photo by @tasneemalsultan | One of the highlights of Al Ula, located in northwest Saudi Arabia, are the beautiful rock formations. Elephant Rock attracts many families during the tourism season. #saudiarabia #alula

Photo by @tasneemalsultan | One of the highlights of Al Ula, located in northwest Saudi Arabia, are the beautiful rock formations. Elephant Rock attracts many families during the tourism season. #saudiarabia #alula
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Photo and video by @carltonward | I set up one of my camera traps along this trail beside an ancient cypress tree for more than a year and only got two visits by a panther during that entire time, and only once facing my camera. As luck would have it, a Florida black bear knocked over two of flashes and bumped my trigger the week before. So this beautiful female panther is a bit more mysterious than I wanted: the bear knocked over the left flash, leaving the right side of her face dark. And shes a bit further from the camera than Id like because the bear misaligned the trigger. But I am still quite happy with the moment, a gift of capturing a rare panther walking in the shadow of this 500-year-old cypress on Green Glades West ranch, next to Big Cypress National Preserve. The video gives a behind the scenes view of the curious cat. For more @pathofthepanther and #FloridaWild stories from my work with @insidenatgeo please visit @carltonward. #panther #everglades @FL_wildcorridor #KeepFLWild

Photo and video by @carltonward | I set up one of my camera traps along this trail beside an ancient cypress tree for more than a year and only got two visits by a panther during that entire time, and only once facing my camera. As luck would have it, a Florida black bear knocked over two of flashes and bumped my trigger the week before. So this beautiful female panther is a bit more mysterious than I wanted: the bear knocked over the left flash, leaving the right side of her face dark. And shes a bit further from the camera than Id like because the bear misaligned the trigger. But I am still quite happy with the moment, a gift of capturing a rare panther walking in the shadow of this 500-year-old cypress on Green Glades West ranch, next to Big Cypress National Preserve. The video gives a behind the scenes view of the curious cat. For more @pathofthepanther and #FloridaWild stories from my work with @insidenatgeo please visit @carltonward. #panther #everglades @FL_wildcorridor #KeepFLWild
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Photo by Michael Yamashita @yamashitaphoto | The ancient citadel Arg-e Bam was the largest monument made of clay bricks in the world—until it was reduced to rubble in a 2003 earthquake (this image was taken in 1999). Its heyday was from the 7th to the 11th centuries, when Bam sat at a crossroads of major east-west trade routes of the Silk Road. Efforts are on going to rebuild and restore this UNESCO World Heritage Site. #Bam #Iran #argebam #bamcitadel #citade

Photo by Michael Yamashita @yamashitaphoto | The ancient citadel Arg-e Bam was the largest monument made of clay bricks in the world—until it was reduced to rubble in a 2003 earthquake (this image was taken in 1999). Its heyday was from the 7th to the 11th centuries, when Bam sat at a crossroads of major east-west trade routes of the Silk Road. Efforts are on going to rebuild and restore this UNESCO World Heritage Site. #Bam #Iran #argebam #bamcitadel #citade
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Photo by @edkashi | An aerial of the Mount Pinatubo crater and the surrounding terrain, which still shows the scars of the 1991 eruption—vast tracts of lahar flows created an eerie lunar landscape. Philippines, 1999. #mtpinatubo #philippines #volcano #eruption #lunarlandscape

Photo by @edkashi | An aerial of the Mount Pinatubo crater and the surrounding terrain, which still shows the scars of the 1991 eruption—vast tracts of lahar flows created an eerie lunar landscape. Philippines, 1999. #mtpinatubo #philippines #volcano #eruption #lunarlandscape
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Photo by @adamjdean | People attend Friday Prayer at Tehran University in Tehran, Iran, December 2013.

Photo by @adamjdean | People attend Friday Prayer at Tehran University in Tehran, Iran, December 2013.
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Photo by @beverlyjoubert | Names matter. That’s as true for a Shakespearean rose as it is for one of the most endangered carnivores in Africa. An appealing common name has the power to keep a species in the (often fickle) public consciousness–and to rally support and funding for its conservation. On the flip side, a moniker with negative connotations can leave its owner out in the cold. That’s why many conservationists prefer to use the alluring "painted wolf" over the stereotype-saddled "wild dog." And let’s be frank–this is no exercise in false advertising. What could be more fitting than a name which evokes the painterly, brushed-on beauty of those unmistakable coat markings? And although Lycaon pictus is today the sole ruler of its taxonomic territory (as the only surviving member of its genus), somewhere in the murky evolutionary past, these canids do share a common ancestor with wolves. Like their carnivore cousins, painted wolves are accomplished pack hunters, known to scavenge only rarely. This photo captures one of those rare instances: a meal of giraffe carcass too tempting for the pack to pass up. #paintedwolf #patterns #endangeredspecies

Photo by @beverlyjoubert | Names matter. That’s as true for a Shakespearean rose as it is for one of the most endangered carnivores in Africa. An appealing common name has the power to keep a species in the (often fickle) public consciousness–and to rally support and funding for its conservation. On the flip side, a moniker with negative connotations can leave its owner out in the cold. That’s why many conservationists prefer to use the alluring "painted wolf" over the stereotype-saddled "wild dog." And let’s be frank–this is no exercise in false advertising. What could be more fitting than a name which evokes the painterly, brushed-on beauty of those unmistakable coat markings? And although Lycaon pictus is today the sole ruler of its taxonomic territory (as the only surviving member of its genus), somewhere in the murky evolutionary past, these canids do share a common ancestor with wolves. Like their carnivore cousins, painted wolves are accomplished pack hunters, known to scavenge only rarely. This photo captures one of those rare instances: a meal of giraffe carcass too tempting for the pack to pass up. #paintedwolf #patterns #endangeredspecies
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Photo by @stevewinterphoto | This image will stay with me forever. Its of a lioness called Naturinda that got caught in a poachers snare in January 2018. I was on assignment for @natgeowild, shooting a story on tree-climbing lions with scientist and cameraman Alex Braczkowski when we found her in a weakened state. The biggest threats to African lions are snaring and conflict with cattle farmers. When a lioness like Naturinda gets caught in a snare, she loses condition, struggles to keep up with the pride, and often dies. But it’s not just the loss of her that’s a shock to the system; it’s also the lost opportunity of having eight to 15 cubs in her lifetime. See more about this lioness on @disneyplus where you can catch our show on tree-climbing lions. The world needs to see the real threats facing Africa’s big cats. Follow me @stevewinterphoto for more shots and stories of the world’s big cats. #lioness #lionking #snares #snaring #snare

Photo by @stevewinterphoto | This image will stay with me forever. Its of a lioness called Naturinda that got caught in a poachers snare in January 2018. I was on assignment for @natgeowild, shooting a story on tree-climbing lions with  scientist and cameraman Alex Braczkowski when we found her in a weakened state. The biggest threats to African lions are snaring and conflict with cattle farmers. When a lioness like Naturinda gets caught in a snare, she loses condition, struggles to keep up with the pride, and often dies. But it’s not just the loss of her that’s a shock to the system; it’s also the lost opportunity of having eight to 15 cubs in her lifetime. See more about this lioness on @disneyplus where you can catch our show on tree-climbing lions. The world needs to see the real threats facing Africa’s big cats. Follow me @stevewinterphoto for more shots and stories of the world’s big cats. #lioness #lionking #snares #snaring #snare
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Photos by Michaela Skovranova @mishkusk | A koala rescued from a bushfire receives care at Port Macquarie Koala Hospital. He is expected to make a full recovery—however, due to Australias bushfire emergency, its uncertain when he will be able to return home. It’s been estimated that half a billion animals have been killed in New South Wales alone. This includes thousands of koalas and other iconic species, such as kangaroos, wallabies, kookaburras, cockatoos, and honeyeaters that were burnt alive, and many thousands more injured and homeless. #australia #nsw #koala #wildlife #Australianbushfires

Photos by Michaela Skovranova @mishkusk | A koala rescued from a bushfire receives care at Port Macquarie Koala Hospital.  He is expected to make a full recovery—however, due to Australias bushfire emergency, its uncertain when he will be able to return home.  It’s been estimated that half a billion animals have been killed in New South Wales alone. This includes thousands of koalas and other iconic species, such as kangaroos, wallabies, kookaburras, cockatoos, and honeyeaters that were burnt alive, and many thousands more injured and homeless. #australia #nsw #koala #wildlife #Australianbushfires
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Photo by Matthieu Paley @paleyphoto I Buddhist monks gather in front of the Labrang Monastery before the morning prayer, in the Gansu Province, in China. Shot with a panoramic film camera—swipe to see the full image. To view more of our world, follow @paleyphoto #yellowhat #gelugpa #tibetanbuddhism

Photo by Matthieu Paley @paleyphoto I Buddhist monks gather in front of the Labrang Monastery before the morning prayer, in the Gansu Province, in China. Shot with a panoramic film camera—swipe to see the full image. To view more of our world, follow @paleyphoto #yellowhat #gelugpa #tibetanbuddhism
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Photo by @williamodaniels | Near Mambele, Central African Republic, workers from a logging company travel on the back of a truck on their way to work in the forest. Before the sectarian violence started in 2013, logging was responsible for slightly more than 40 percent of the countrys export revenues, and the sector employed approximately 4,000 people—a figure now in decline, according to the forest ministry. Follow me on @williamodaniels for more human stories around the world.

Photo by @williamodaniels | Near Mambele, Central African Republic, workers from a logging company travel on the back of a truck on their way to work in the forest. Before the sectarian violence started in 2013, logging was responsible for slightly more than 40 percent of the countrys export revenues, and the sector employed approximately 4,000 people—a figure now in decline, according to the forest ministry. Follow me on @williamodaniels for more human stories around the world.
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Video by @lucalocatelliphoto | This futuristic architecture is the home of Amager Bakke, in Copenhagen, which claims its the world’s cleanest waste-to-energy plant. It was designed by architect Bjarke Ingels to incorporate a ski slope and a hiking path on its roof, turning the plant into a public gathering space. The plant can burn through 70 tons of trash each hour, producing hot water and energy for 120,000 households in the city, and its gas filtration system clears the pipe discharge of pollutants. As a photographer engaged in technological and environmental innovation, highlighting and telling stories about our struggle to transition toward sustainability is the main focus of my work. Can technologies like Amager Bakke help us solve our waste issue on the way to a circular economy society? As the population booms, we are draining the Earth’s resources in a linear "take, make, waste" economy. We are in a transitional time, when the world is awakening to the urgency of needing solutions for living sustainably on our planet—and realizing that this linear model is unsustainable. The concept of the circular economy, in which we are frugal with resources and recycle endlessly, is emerging as a way to a better future. It requires changing our mindset—to see waste as a resource and avoid creating trash in the first place. These were taken on assignment for "The End of Trash," a forthcoming cover story for the magazine. Follow me @lucalocatelliphoto to see the most promising examples of confronting the climate crisis. #denmark #waste #energy #environment #transition

Video by @lucalocatelliphoto | This futuristic architecture is the home of Amager Bakke, in Copenhagen, which claims its the world’s cleanest waste-to-energy plant. It was designed by architect Bjarke Ingels to incorporate a ski slope and a hiking path on its roof, turning the plant into a public gathering space. The plant can burn through 70 tons of trash each hour, producing hot water and energy for 120,000 households in the city, and its gas filtration system clears the pipe discharge of pollutants.  As a photographer engaged in technological and environmental innovation, highlighting and telling stories about our struggle to transition toward sustainability is the main focus of my work. Can technologies like Amager Bakke help us solve our waste issue on the way to a circular economy society?  As the population booms, we are draining the Earth’s resources in a linear "take, make, waste" economy. We are in a transitional time, when the world is awakening to the urgency of needing solutions for living sustainably on our planet—and realizing that this linear model is unsustainable. The concept of the circular economy, in which we are frugal with resources and recycle endlessly, is emerging as a way to a better future. It requires changing our mindset—to see waste as a resource and avoid creating trash in the first place. These were taken on assignment for "The End of Trash," a forthcoming cover story for the magazine. Follow me @lucalocatelliphoto to see the most promising examples of confronting the climate crisis.  #denmark #waste #energy #environment #transition
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Video by @lucalocatelliphoto | Aerofarms, New Jersey: Endless rows of salad leaves are grown with hydroponics, LED lights, and no pesticides, allowing this futuristic vertical farm to produce fresh vegetables right in the heart of a city. Food waste is one of today’s most pressing issues, and Aerofarms claims that their technology reduces waste by optimizing production, through using less land and water, while educating communities on farming and healthy nutrition. Technological solutions may make our impact more sustainable and less wasteful; as a photographer, my work revolves around this transition humanity is facing while looking for new ways to live in the future. As the population booms, we are draining the Earth’s resources in a linear "take, make, waste" economy. We are in a transitional time, when the world is awakening to the urgency of needing solutions for living sustainably on our planet—and realizing that this linear model is unsustainable. The concept of the circular economy, in which we are frugal with resources and recycle endlessly, is emerging as a way to a better future. It requires changing our mindset—to see waste as a resource and avoid creating trash in the first place. These were taken on assignment for "The End of Trash," a forthcoming cover story for the magazine. Follow me @lucalocatelliphoto to see the most promising examples of confronting the climate crisis. #transition #greenhouse #future #environment #lucalocatelliphoto

Video by @lucalocatelliphoto | Aerofarms, New Jersey: Endless rows of salad leaves are grown with hydroponics, LED lights, and no pesticides, allowing this futuristic vertical farm to produce fresh vegetables right in the heart of a city. Food waste is one of today’s most pressing issues, and Aerofarms claims that their technology reduces waste by optimizing production, through using less land and water, while educating communities on farming and healthy nutrition.  Technological solutions may make our impact more sustainable and less wasteful; as a photographer, my work revolves around this transition humanity is facing while looking for new ways to live in the future.  As the population booms, we are draining the Earth’s resources in a linear "take, make, waste" economy. We are in a transitional time, when the world is awakening to the urgency of needing solutions for living sustainably on our planet—and realizing that this linear model is unsustainable. The concept of the circular economy, in which we are frugal with resources and recycle endlessly, is emerging as a way to a better future. It requires changing our mindset—to see waste as a resource and avoid creating trash in the first place. These were taken on assignment for "The End of Trash," a forthcoming cover story for the magazine. Follow me @lucalocatelliphoto to see the most promising examples of confronting the climate crisis.  #transition #greenhouse #future #environment #lucalocatelliphoto
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Video by @lucalocatelliphoto | An array of C-5 Galaxy military aircraft are parked at a place known as the Boneyard on an Air Force base in Tucson, Arizona. The 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG) is the largest aircraft dismantling and repurposing facility in the world. More than 3,000 airplanes are parked here, serving the U.S. Air Force for spare parts and as a storage facility for planes waiting to go back in service or be scrapped. As the population booms, we are draining the Earth’s resources in a linear "take, make, waste" economy. We are in a transitional time, when the world is awakening to the urgency of needing solutions for living sustainably on our planet—and realizing that this linear model is unsustainable. The concept of the circular economy, in which we are frugal with resources and recycle endlessly, is emerging as a way to a better future. It requires changing our mindset—to see waste as a resource and avoid creating trash in the first place. These were taken on assignment for "The End of Trash," a forthcoming cover story for the magazine. Follow me @lucalocatelliphoto to see the most promising examples of confronting the climate crisis. #aircraft #desert #waste #environment #lucalocatelliphoto

Video by @lucalocatelliphoto | An array of C-5 Galaxy military aircraft are parked at a place known as the Boneyard on an Air Force base in Tucson, Arizona. The 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG) is the largest aircraft dismantling and repurposing facility in the world. More than 3,000 airplanes are parked here, serving the U.S. Air Force for spare parts and as a storage facility for planes waiting to go back in service or be scrapped.  As the population booms, we are draining the Earth’s resources in a linear "take, make, waste" economy. We are in a transitional time, when the world is awakening to the urgency of needing solutions for living sustainably on our planet—and realizing that this linear model is unsustainable. The concept of the circular economy, in which we are frugal with resources and recycle endlessly, is emerging as a way to a better future. It requires changing our mindset—to see waste as a resource and avoid creating trash in the first place. These were taken on assignment for "The End of Trash," a forthcoming cover story for the magazine. Follow me @lucalocatelliphoto to see the most promising examples of confronting the climate crisis.  #aircraft #desert #waste #environment #lucalocatelliphoto
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Video by @lucalocatelliphoto | This buzzing swarm is comprised of millions of soldier flies swirling around a breeding chamber at a London-based start-up thats producing insect protein powder as a substitute for meat and for other products. Workers wear gas masks when inspecting the chamber, as the odorous "lures"—on which the insects lay their eggs—make the air unbreathable. Once the eggs hatch, the larvae will gain up to 5,000 times their body weight in two weeks—while feeding on leftovers from beer, bread, and coffee production. The company founders say that raising insects on food waste is key to reducing the enormous amount of nutrients we throw away, while providing an alternative protein to livestock and fish. As the population booms, we are draining the Earth’s resources in a linear "take, make, waste" economy. We are in a transitional time, when the world is awakening to the urgency of needing solutions for living sustainably on our planet—and realizing that this linear model is unsustainable. The concept of the circular economy, in which we are frugal with resources and recycle endlessly, is emerging as a way to a better future. It requires changing our mindset—to see waste as a resource and avoid creating trash in the first place. These were taken on assignment for "The End of Trash," a forthcoming cover story for the magazine. Follow me @lucalocatelliphoto to see the most promising examples of confronting the climate crisis. #food #london #waste #environment #lucalocatelliphoto

Video by @lucalocatelliphoto | This buzzing swarm is comprised of millions of soldier flies swirling around a breeding chamber at a London-based start-up thats producing insect protein powder as a substitute for meat and for other products. Workers wear gas masks when inspecting the chamber, as the odorous "lures"—on which the insects lay their eggs—make the air unbreathable.  Once the eggs hatch, the larvae will gain up to 5,000 times their body weight in two weeks—while feeding on leftovers from beer, bread, and coffee production. The company founders say that raising insects on food waste is key to reducing the enormous amount of nutrients we throw away, while providing an alternative protein to livestock and fish.  As the population booms, we are draining the Earth’s resources in a linear "take, make, waste" economy. We are in a transitional time, when the world is awakening to the urgency of needing solutions for living sustainably on our planet—and realizing that this linear model is unsustainable. The concept of the circular economy, in which we are frugal with resources and recycle endlessly, is emerging as a way to a better future. It requires changing our mindset—to see waste as a resource and avoid creating trash in the first place. These were taken on assignment for "The End of Trash," a forthcoming cover story for the magazine. Follow me @lucalocatelliphoto to see the most promising examples of confronting the climate crisis.  #food #london #waste #environment #lucalocatelliphoto
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Photo by @jasperdoest | “Life is what happens to you while youre busy making other plans.” These words by John Lennon couldnt be more true when it comes to the story of Flamingo Bob. Three years ago, I traveled to Curaçao for a family visit. My father was born there, and while he moved to the Netherlands, where I was born and raised, his brother and two of my cousins still live on this Caribbean island. Never could I have imagined that during this visit I would be swimming with a rescued flamingo—or that these images would result in a story for @natgeo magazine. Due to his injuries, the flamingo couldnt be released, and he is cared for by my cousin Odette, a veterinarian in Curaçao. She named the bird Bob and made him the ambassador for her conservation education charity. Through @fdoccuracao Odette educates children about the importance of protecting the island’s wildlife. Follow @jasperdoest for more images of Flamingo Bob, who is slowly becoming instafamous. #birdrescue #flamingo #prettyinpink #flamingobob #flamingolove

Photo by @jasperdoest | “Life is what happens to you while youre busy making other plans.” These words by John Lennon couldnt be more true when it comes to the story of Flamingo Bob. Three years ago, I traveled to Curaçao for a family visit. My father was born there, and while he moved to the Netherlands, where I was born and raised, his brother and two of my cousins still live on this Caribbean island. Never could I have imagined that during this visit I would be swimming with a rescued flamingo—or that these images would result in a story for @natgeo magazine. Due to his injuries, the flamingo couldnt be released, and he is cared for by my cousin Odette, a veterinarian in Curaçao. She named the bird Bob and made him the ambassador for her conservation education charity. Through @fdoccuracao Odette educates children about the importance of protecting the island’s wildlife. Follow @jasperdoest for more images of Flamingo Bob, who is slowly becoming instafamous. #birdrescue #flamingo #prettyinpink #flamingobob #flamingolove
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Video by @lucalocatelliphoto | This is the composting center in Missoula, Montana. Driven by the neighboring wastewater facility, it receives sludge from the plant and uses it to generate fertilizer for agriculture and nourish a vast, newly planted poplar forest. Stretching for 140 acres, the plantation is claimed to offset CO2 emissions while absorbing nutrients from the water utility. As the population booms, we are draining the Earth’s resources in a linear "take, make, waste" economy. We are in a transitional time, when the world is awakening to the urgency of needing solutions for living sustainably on our planet—and realizing that this linear model is unsustainable. The concept of the circular economy, in which we are frugal with resources and recycle endlessly, is emerging as a way to a better future. It requires changing our mindset—to see waste as a resource and avoid creating trash in the first place. These were taken on assignment for "The End of Trash," a forthcoming cover story for the magazine. Follow me @lucalocatelliphoto to see the most promising examples of confronting the climate crisis. #compost #usa #waste #environment #lucalocatelliphoto

Video by @lucalocatelliphoto | This is the composting center in Missoula, Montana. Driven by the neighboring wastewater facility, it receives sludge from the plant and uses it to generate fertilizer for agriculture and nourish a vast, newly planted poplar forest. Stretching for 140 acres, the plantation is claimed to offset CO2 emissions while absorbing nutrients from the water utility.  As the population booms, we are draining the Earth’s resources in a linear "take, make, waste" economy. We are in a transitional time, when the world is awakening to the urgency of needing solutions for living sustainably on our planet—and realizing that this linear model is unsustainable. The concept of the circular economy, in which we are frugal with resources and recycle endlessly, is emerging as a way to a better future. It requires changing our mindset—to see waste as a resource and avoid creating trash in the first place. These were taken on assignment for "The End of Trash," a forthcoming cover story for the magazine. Follow me @lucalocatelliphoto to see the most promising examples of confronting the climate crisis.  #compost #usa #waste #environment #lucalocatelliphoto
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