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Grassroots Mappping: Waste

Public Lab publishes a magazine on “cutting edge techniques in hacking environmental science” called the Grassroots Mapping Forum, and the newest edition is on waste. One of the interesting things about discard studies is that our object of study is both ubiquitous and invisible. We can see a tip of an iceberg, whether you study the practices, infrastructures, social norms, or garbage itself. This requires some inventive methods, from “mapping controversies” to trawling for ocean plastics. Public Lab and the Grassroots Mapping Forum are part of inventing waste methodologies that are accessible, inexpensive, and democratic: the premises of citizen science.

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