From human composting to freeze-drying, new ways to plan a funeral
Throwing a funeral that leaves Earth a bit better off, maybe
Advice by Michael J. Coren in The Washington Post
I’m standing at the summit of Fernwood Cemetery just outside San Francisco. Live oaks sprout from the hills like leafy castles. A red-tailed hawk turns circles in the sky above me. And below me, hundreds of bodies are slowly returning to the earth. Thisvista takes in one of the largest natural burial sites in California. Every person here (or their loved ones) decided that their last act should be as green as possible.
But was it? Read more >>