We need a greener way to die

By Nicole Wetsman, published MAY 23, 2019 in Popular Science

Death might be life’s natural and unavoidable conclusion, but humans have ensured that what happens to our bodies afterward is anything but. For more than a century, the circle of life in the United States has looked more like a horseshoe, with burial practices preventing the Earth from reusing our precious raw materials after we shuffle off this mortal coil. But there are alternatives, and a growing number of future corpses might rot as nature intended. Read more >>

Posted: to Green Burial in the News on Thu, May 23, 2019
Updated: Thu, May 23, 2019