Der Tagesspiegel is a classical liberal German daily newspaper founded in 1945 with its headquarters in Berlin. It has regional correspondent offices in Washington D.C. and Potsdam. It is the only major newspaper in the capital to have increased its circulation—now 148,000—since re-unification. The paper has recently been redesigned, introducing more colour and a clearer typeface. In 2005 it was awarded the World's Best Designed Newspapers Award by the Society for News Design in New York.
“Waste Not” explores projects developed to recover nutrients from urban market, kitchen, and human waste for use in agriculture in regions where soils are degrading, and fertilizer and animal feed are hard to get.