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'Professor Dumpster' teaches sustainability

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A Huston-Tillotson University professor is living in a dumpster for a year to teach students about sustainable living. Jeff Wilson, aka 'Professor Dumpster' lives in a space he says is 1% the size of the average American home. (May 12) Video provided by AP


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