Iowa students take environmental concerns to the capitol

02/26/2013 | KCRG-TV (Cedar Rapids, Iowa)

A school project studying food waste and the environment led three Iowa City middle-school students to present their case in support of a landfill bill in the Iowa state Senate. The students, ages 11, 12 and 13, spoke about methane gas emissions from food waste in landfills during a legislative subcommittee meeting at the state capitol. One senator credited them with changing his mind on the bill, which could make it to the Senate floor in mid-March.

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