“The thirteen thousand tons of food waste produced daily in South Korea now become one of three things: compost (thirty per cent), animal feed (sixty per cent), or biofuel (ten per cent).” The New Yorker on How South Korea Is Composting Its Way to Sustainability. “Automated bins, rooftop farms, and underground mushroom-growing help clean up the mess.” (This story is both one about an amazing transformation and one about the vital need to address this issue across the globe.)