Natural burials were illegal in Vermont. Now they’re having a resurgence By Lexi Krupp, Vermont Public At the entrance of Green Mount Cemetery in Montpelier is a white marble building. Inside were six bodies, on a visit in early April.
Living on Earth: Beyond the Headlines Living on Earth contributor Peter Dykstra joins Host Jenni Doering to share news of the uptick in green burials. Listen here.
Morning Show with Mary Jacobsen – Green Burials This week, Mary Jacobsen speaks with Candace Currie and Lisa Groves about “green” burial, also called natural burial. Currie is Clerk for Green Burial Massachusetts, a statewide nonprofit whose mission is to
Green burials: Leave no trace Inside the industry devoted to handling death in an ecologically sustainable way By Quartz Staff Humans have been burying their dead for at least 40,000 years. But in the last couple of centuries, especially in
Death has a big carbon footprint. Maine’s first conservation cemetery offers an alternative The Kennebec Land Trust recently opened a conservation cemetery in Fayette that offers green burials – combining the climate-friendly burial process with land conservation. Green burial is
October 31, 2022 – The Enviro Show The Day of The Dead Enviro Show Greetings Earthlings. How do you honor your dead? Some folks visit the grave sites of their dearly departed, others have their photos on the wall or
Green burial and climate change: Rebecca Fricke and Candace Currie Daily Hampshire Gazette, October 8,2022 Climate Change @ Home podcast. Listen here.
For some people, a green burial is their culminating climate-sensitive act Sitting in her office in Whitefish Bay, Debra Marcus Watton says the concept of a green burial is in keeping with Jewish practices, “because we believe in modesty and