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* Date : 2020-12-18

NOW Episode 129
Ethics of Waste – A Lesson Learned from COVID-19

As of 2018, Korea had a recycling rate of 62%, second to only Germany among OECD countries. However, only 40% of the waste is actually recycled because recycling guidelines did not develop with the variety of plastic products produced. And the rest is left somewhere around the globe. From the millions of plastic gloves voters wore during Korea’s general elections back in April to the face masks that have emerged as a daily essential, the COVID-19 pandemic has been accompanied by another plight – plastic waste. What can we do to manage and reduce waste? Let’s meet Hong Su-yoel, Chief Researcher at the Resource Recycling Consulting, and Kim Yo-na, Project Manager at the Korean Federation for Environment Movement, to learn more about the ethics of waste that COVID-19 has highlighted.

#Ethics_of_Waste #Waste #Plastic #Recycling #Upcyling #Reduce #Reuse #Recycle #Protect_the_Environmen

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Let’s Reduce Disposable Waste with Unwrapped Products

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has created a challenge for the waste management industry as disposable products is surging. Here is a store in Mapo District in Seoul that only sells unwrapped products to reduce waste. The store sells bulks of products without wrappers or packages, ranging from cosmetics to daily supplies. The store, which promotes the idea of zero-waste, is owned by environmental activists who previously led the plastic-free movement and is always full of visitors. We meet with Lee Joo-eun, a co-director of the store, who tells us about a campaign that cuts down waste.

#Unwrapped_product_store #Zero_waste #Reducing_waste #Director_Lee_Joooeun #Reducing_plastic

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Community Garden for People

A community garden has newly been created to console and comfort the minds of those affected by the prolonging pandemic. Everything from the garden, including a clump of grass and all the flowers, are planted by the locals. The garden, located inside the Amsa History Park, has various gardens, including a rain garden, practice garden, dry garden, small garden, and an adventure playground for cAhildren. We visit the community garden to meet with Gangdong district residents who worked together with a sense of companionship to build the facility.

#COVID19 #Corona_Blue #Garden #Gardening #Community_Garden#Amsa_History_Park #Gangdong_Garden_and_Culture_Forum #Da_Da_Da_Adventure_Playground

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141 2021-03-12 Ep.141 [ Enriching the Twilight of Life / Encountering our sound. Seoul Museum of Korean Folk Music / Sharing warmth with the community, ‘Zero-won’ Market ] V
140 2021-03-05 Ep.140 [ Mindfulness Education for Students / Let’s reduce waste using resource circulation! / Walk-thru Toy Rental Service ] V
139 2021-02-26 Ep.139 [ Waste Management for Green Environment / MZ Generation and Investing / Yeongdeungpo Market Station is now a cultural art complex ] V
138 2021-02-19 Ep.138 [ Korean New Deal – Green New Deal / Using COVID-19 as an opportunity, AHA Information & Communication / Hanok School preserving our ‘Hanok’ Culture ] V
137 2021-02-12 Ep.137 [ Korea House and our ancestral ritual foods / Korea in Fashion : Hanbok Designer Kim Young-jin / K-ASMR : Sounds of Korea’s Cultural Heritage ] V
136 2021-02-05 Ep.136 [ Achieving Net-Zero Korea 2050 / The Scenery of Korea‘s Winter in Pyeongchang / National Meteorological Museum of Korea ] V
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134 2021-01-22 Ep.134 [ Art of Drinking Tea for Mindfulness / People in the forgotten film, May 18 Democratic Movement / Online counseling center, Librarian’s book prescription ] V
133 2021-01-15 Ep.133 [ Community Spirit – Alive and Restored in the COVID-19 Era / Turning COVID-19 into an opportunity for self-improvement / A Senior Center with Universal Design ] V
132 2021-01-08 Ep.132 [ The Power of Music / UNESCO World Cultural Heritage: Lotus Lantern Festival / Breathing New Life to Discarded Bicycles ] V
131 2021-01-01 Ep.131 [ Happy New Year 2021: It’s Time to Start Over! / Let’s start 2021 with the Mr. firefighter calendar! / The Year of a white cow : A visit to Korea Postage Stamp Museum ] V
130 2020-12-25 Ep.130 [ Let’s Bring Christmas Home! / Let’s raise the temperature of love! / Library Alone! Contactless library party ] V
129 2020-12-18 Ep.129 [ Ethics of Waste – A Lesson Learned from COVID-19 / Let’s Reduce Disposable Waste with Unwrapped Products / Community Garden for People ] V
128 2020-12-11 Ep.128 [ Economics & Public Value of Forests / Korea’s Only Accordion Orchestra / Uncovering Hidden Beauties of Hanji Paper ] V
127 2020-12-04 Ep.127 [ Lives and Rights of Citizens during the COVID-19 Era / Reinvigorating the rural life / Toothbrush-recycling ‘Blue Mailbox‘ ] V
126 2020-11-27 Ep.126 [ Breaking Barriers through Film / Social Enterprise for the Environment & People / Oraegage, long-standing traditions in Seoul ] V
125 2020-11-20 Ep.125 [ Transformation of A Warehouse – Yeonui Woodworking Studio / Can we prevent Japan’s Radioactive Wastewater Dumping Plan? / Outdoor Library in the Forest ] V
124 2020-11-13 Ep.124 [ VISITING CHUN TAE-IL MEMORIAL HALL / Chun Tae-il memorial truck visiting citizens / New Worker Project - Cats Disguised as Laborers ] V
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