John Tierney

New York Times

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Author of the "Findings" column for the Science Times section of the New York Times. His books include Willpower: Rediscovering the Greatest Human Strength.

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It's been 20 years since  John Tierney first argued  in the New York Times magazine that the benefits of recycling were not worth the cost.

Recycling: Are the Benefits Worth the Cost?

It's been 20 years since John Tierney first argued in the New York Times magazine that the benefits of recycling were not worth the cost.

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It's been 20 years since  John Tierney first argued  in the New York Times magazine that the benefits of recycling were not worth the cost.

Recycling: Are the Benefits Worth the Cost?

It's been 20 years since John Tierney first argued in the New York Times magazine that the benefits of recycling were not worth the cost.

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New York Times science writer  John Tierney says  recycling is a form of "atonement" that makes no economic sense and does little to save carbon emissions.

Is Recycling Rubbish?

New York Times science writer John Tierney says recycling is a form of "atonement" that makes no economic sense and does little to save carbon emissions.

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