Nearly a year after China stopped accepting the world’s garbage, cities around the globe are wrestling with what to do with all of their waste.

China’s new policy, which once accepted 70% of municipal solid waste generated around the world, means that cities like New York, London, and Paris need to find a new way to deal with their dumps. In Toronto, the municipal government is targeting a 70 percent reduction in the amount of recyclables and organics that are going into landfills or waste disposal by 2026. Click here to follow the full story -->