The world of “garbloggers” is diverse and ever-growing, ranging from artists sharing work made out of recycled materials to armchair environmentalists tracking their own waste to make a political statement.
Leila Darabi, creator of the blog everydaytrash, will give an overview of the many voices talking and tracking trash online and the common themes connecting them.
Trained as a journalist, Darabi works in international development, a career which allows her to blog about trash from the far reaches of the planet.
Save the date! This is my contribution to the Princeton Environmental Film Festival hosted by the Princeton Public Library. For a complete schedule of events, click here. Note that my little talk precedes the screening of a trash film which is then followed by legendary trash author, Elizabeth Royte of Garbage Land and Bottlemania fame.