Saturday, January 15, 2022

If Trash Could Talk

We all want a voice, because in having one, then we can be heard.

Archaeologists have long since been the historical voice through their archaeologist digs. You can learn a lot through the remains, and that remains true for both ancient and modern day trash. In that way, archaeologists are trashologists or garbologists!

Just like the Lorax spoke for the trees, these resources below speak for the trash. The video (๐ŸŽฅ) may bring a smile, the book (๐Ÿ“™) of poems might bring some enjoyment, and the experiments (๐Ÿงช) might bring some hands on science... but more than that, hopefully they cause you to pause and rethink what you are using in order to go forward making different choices.

๐Ÿ“™ If Trash Could Talk: Poems, Stories, and Musings (2018) by Jacquelyn A. Ottman

๐Ÿงช If Trash Could Talk experiment from the American Museum of Natural History 

๐Ÿงช Trash Talks from AIA Education Department

๐Ÿงช Trash Experiments from KonnectHQ

๐ŸŽฅ  If Trash Could Talk from Buzzfeed Videos:  

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