As global warming looms as an ominous threat, and our consumption goes through the roof, it’s time we all started looking for better waste-reduction options. Recycling and conscious consumption is great, but is it possible to live a zero-waste lifestyle? One town in Japan believes so.
The people of Kamikatsu in Japan’s Tokushima Prefecture on Shikoku Island are the unlikely leaders of the garbage-free revolution. Home to just under 2,000 people, this small town is set to become completely trash-free in the near future. Watch the video to find out how they’re doing it