In India gravediggers say they will strike work if they are not paid their dues, a sci-fi plant pot for remembrance, why some are ditching the vault and coffin for natural burials and at-home funerals, the viability of a USA pet cemetery questioned, two remote cemeteries, on in the USA, another in Outback Australia, a USA study into how activists are working to change American views and approaches to the burials of their dearly departed, and much more...
"Wanna grow a tree in your loved one’s ashes? This sci-fi plant pot will make sure it doesn’t die, and it comes with a lifetime guarantee."https://t.co/pQPAJF9PK5— CCA of NSW (@CCA_of_NSW) May 1, 2019
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Returning to the Earth— CCA of NSW (@CCA_of_NSW) May 3, 2019
Sociology doctoral student Nick Mac Murray studies activists working to
change how America views and approaches the burials of their dearly departed.https://t.co/VjN6SDiM0M pic.twitter.com/Up42ce475g