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Waste for Life is built on partnerships

Our Waste for Life partners comprise an international network of people who pool their talents and resources to develop inventive, community driven, needs-based technologies. We freely disseminate those technologies and apply them where we can to help redress the social and ecological injustices that disproportionately affect people who live on society’s margins.

Our network is eclectic and cooperative because we know that problems know no disciplinary boundaries.

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Bill Williams plays Donald in our production of Half Life at the Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre. Friday, Dec 8th @ 6 PM and Sunday, Dec 10th @ 2:30 PM. Go to the link in our bio to purchase tickets and learn more about the performance.

Hurleyville Arts Centre Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (DVAA)
Standing People Together
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Bill Williams plays Donald in our production of Half Life at the Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre. Friday, Dec 8th @ 6 PM and Sunday, Dec 10th @ 2:30 PM. Go to the link in our bio to purchase tickets and learn more about the performance.

@hurleyvillearts @dvartsalliance 
@standing_people_together

🎉 We're pleased to announce that we are one of 12 projects selected by the Binational Resilience Initiative, partnership of San Diego Foundation and International Community Foundation!

We look forward to working with U.S.- and Mexico-based organizations to b#coastalresilienceience and reduce pollution impacts along the Cali-Baja coastline. 🌊

Learn more about the Binational Resilience Initiative in the latest press release: bit.ly/3QfYZ#ProtectOurShoresh#resilientcoastsoasts
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6 months ago

🎉 Were pleased to announce that we are one of 12 projects selected by the Binational Resilience Initiative, partnership of San Diego Foundation and International Community Foundation!

We look forward to working with U.S.- and Mexico-based organizations to build #CoastalResilience and reduce pollution impacts along the Cali-Baja coastline. 🌊

Learn more about the Binational Resilience Initiative in the latest press release: https://bit.ly/3QfYZ7J 

#ProtectOurShores #ResilientCoasts

It's been 2 years since we posted from the Templo de Embajadores de Jesus, a Tijuana settlement near the border, which now shelters over 1000 people from Haiti and Central America. Geography and Covid-19 has kept us away, but we're back now, partnering with The Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve (TRNERR) to co-create a series of projects that can provide comfort and a semblance of economic security for the people in the settlement whilst tackling the prodigious waste problems that overwhelm the canyons in Tijuana and degrade the estuary on both sides of the border.
This is the road, unpassable and laden with debris after a rain storm, leading to the se#cañonnt.
#Cañon de#temploán
#Templo de Embajadores#trnerrus
#TRNERR
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2 years ago

Its been 2 years since we posted from the Templo de Embajadores de Jesus, a Tijuana settlement near the border, which now shelters over 1000 people from Haiti and Central America. Geography and Covid-19 has kept us away, but were back now, partnering with The Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve (TRNERR) to co-create a series of projects that can provide comfort and a semblance of economic security for the people in the settlement whilst tackling the prodigious waste problems that overwhelm the canyons in Tijuana and degrade the estuary on both sides of the border. 
This is the road, unpassable and laden with debris after a rain storm, leading to the settlement.
#Cañon del Alacrán
#Templo de Embajadores de Jesus
#TRNERR

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2 years ago

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