City honors young environmentalists




BUDDING ARTISTS—Some of the 14 children who won the 2013 recycling calendar contest organized by the Calabasas Environmental Commission show off their original designs.
Americans use 5 million tons of aluminum each year. Of that, only half is recycled, and the remainder takes up valuable space in landfills, said Khai Berry, a seventh-grader at A.E. Wright Middle School who was speaking at a meeting of the Calabasas Environmental Commission last week.
Berry is one of 14 young artists whose ...

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