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The plastic and vinyl commonly used in school binders are not recyclable, but did you also know that they also release dioxins in production? Naked Binders are free of plastics, vinyl or toxins. The 100% recyclable collection of binders, folders and tabs are also made from 100% post consumer waste. Made in the USA, the Naked collection has everything to keep students organized, and can be recycled when the school year is finished.
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  1. grumbuncharolo August 13, 2011 at 5:45 pm

    a green education should leave us not just closer to earth: it should open the gates of wildness again so that it runs, migrates, dwells in our cities again (and in our city brains). we are living in dangerously unsustainable ways, and the roots of that unsustainability lie in a number of lies that lie in our brains: the commodification of nature, consumeritis, and the idea that we are somehow the only Earth Citizens with rights. This semester I will try and find out who my fellow earth citizens are and what they need, and see if there is someway for the human hive to “pollinate” its environment instead of poison it. A design problem for sure, a thought problem for double sure, and an issue moreover of where to park the center of gravity of one’s body and being…

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