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Even though teens mainly use social media and texting to talk with friends, it is not the preferred way to provide solutions when runaway and at-risk youth are looking for help, according to the recent study among runaway and throwaway youth," said Maureen Blaha, NRS executive director.
What China is teaching us is that the Western economic model--the fossil fuel-based, automobile-centered, throwaway economy--is not going to work in Asia, or anywhere else where poor populations are striving for the American Dream.
Committee chairman Lord O'Neill says: "This would be an important step in turning away from the throwaway culture we currently have.
It's a bit of a throwaway line and not everybody who says that really understands what that means.
Environmental agency Envirowise claims consumers in the region have adopted a throwaway culture.
He can toss readers into scenes from throwaway lives they'd just as soon not witness, yet still inspire empathy.
Innovative art teachers can turn such a limitation into opportunities to explore the world of throwaway materials--materials that can be recycled into rewarding art experiences.
This is a flickering candle of an album -a hit and miss affair -and songs like the brief Lucky only exemplify its throwaway nature.
The throwaway comment in its text that the boys could equally well be posing for photographs as soldiers leaves the viewer stranded between black humor and the unreliability of reportage.
Even when used for ordinary housekeeping functions, these throwaway vacuums are expensive to operate, noisy and inefficient.
The idea is to design "practices" (selftraining exercises completely integrated with whatever we are doing anyway) for using routine errands and other throwaway moments to build skills for better communication, personal interaction, and relationship development.