Cemetery customers in Pennsylvania, prepare to be confused.
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The Urban Death Project is developing a new option which may appeal to those among us who want to minimize environmental harm and give something back to the earth when we die.
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Meet Caitlin Doughty of Los Angeles, Calif. -- a feisty 27-year-old mortician and, thanks primarily to Jezebel, rapidly-rising Internet sensation.
Commercial funeral practices put gallons of embalming fluid, and tons of metal and exotic hardwoods into the ground. And I was surprised to learn that cremation is equally polluting and energy-intensive.
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