I get a fair amount of visitors looking for the recycling logo, due to the this article: Logo recycling, so I decided to actually make that visit worthwhile, instead of just a “disappointment”.
So, without further ado, here are the universal recycling and green point logos.

GreenDot (WikiPedia)

Green dot symbol
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Universal Recycling Symbol (WikiPedia)

Universal Recycling
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An excelent excerpt from On The Media from NPR, where the author of a new book describes the selective amnesia, promiscuity and cowardics that surrounds the coverage of financial crisis.

Risk and Return

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