Unlike trash in the city that vanishes when collected by the garbage trucks, waste discarded in nature usually remains there for many years. The waste that people leave behind in nature pollutes the environment, but also offers us a rare glimpse of the changes occurring in human society. Roi Offenbacher leads this two-hour tour at the Jerusalem Forest in the outskirts of the city – a place where nature and humans interact. His suggestion is that we ‘turn the plastic tables upside down’ and rather than be deterred and repulsed by trash, that we try and learn from it.
Saturday, 20.11, 13:00
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