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February 16, 2011


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Campbell Peters

I think an additional problem in our throwaway society you mention is that sustainable items tend to get thrown away pretty quickly too, as they fall out fashion (or whatever reason you want to come up with)... so what seems like an initially good idea turns out to be a bad idea. For this reason alone, I would advocate using a wooden pencil, as it can be 100% sustainable.

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For this statement, Jochen Zeitz argued that a considerable part of the product had being through wind and rain to counter the trend of fail for decades

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