the six r's & why recycling isn't the answer

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We live in a throwaway culture here in Europe and the US under the illusion that waste is OK as long as we recycle. And if we're honest, this suits us just fine because it requires very little extra effort. Instead of putting our rubbish in the black bin, we put it in the green, brown, pink or [insert colour according to your local council here] bins and think no more about it - we can feel virtuous, we've done our part, now our empty cans will magically be turned into a shiny new aeroplane - go us!
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I took this picture after enjoying a day's cricket at Lord's (the English home of cricket) earlier in the Summer. Once a bastion of the upper class, Lord's is now a place where all can enjoy cricket in this historic stadium - famous for its 19th century pavilion. It's not as posh (or as privileged) as it once was, but it still has that elegant, traditional feel making it a unique atmosphere for a cricket game. There's no football-style chants at Lord's (as at other cricket grounds) but a genuine appreciation for the game and polite applause!
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