Would you want to be turned into compost when you die? You may soon have that option.
With her Urban Death Project, designer Katrina Spade has been working on a greener alternative for the last three years. Along with the environmental issues, the design also considers the problem of space–cemeteries in the U.S. take up about a million acres of land, and as populations grow, even more space is needed. Spade wanted to find an answer that would allow people to be buried in cities.
Read the full story here: How Do You Feel About Being Turned Into Compost When You Die?
Visit the Urban Death Project webpage