Rob Kaplan

Closed Loop Fund

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Managing director of the Closed Loop Fund, which grants loans to cities and companies to start recycling programs (and is funded by major companies including WalMart and Coca Cola); former sustainability director for Wal-Mart

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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.

from To the Point

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.

from To the Point

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