The theme of Earth Day this year is “End Plastic Pollution.”

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This video from the Canada Science and Technology Museum and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories looks at how spent nuclear fuel can be recycled for reuse in nuclear reactors.

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CurioCity resources which align with Saskatchewan's Environmental Science 20 Curriculum Unit on Human Population and Pollution.

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Addressing Quebec Secondary I & II Science and Technology: The Material World (Changes) content area with CurioCity Resources.

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CurioCity resources which align with Nunavut's Science 10-4, 14 Unit D: Investigating Matter and Energy in the Environment Unit of Study.

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Rev7 is billed as “the world's first and only removable and degradable chewing gum.”

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The most toxic type of trash — tech trash — is also the fastest growing type in North America. According to Environment Canada, 98 per cent of Canadian gadgetry ends up in landfill or incinerators.

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Home vermicomposting can help us divert kitchen waste from the garbage dump by turning it into compost for our gardens.

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Here are some techniques currently use and some which might be used in the future in order to recycle plastics.

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