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California has become the latest state to allow a new eco-friendly burial method called “human composting” where deceased loved ones can be turned into healthy soil. NBC News’ Kristen Dahlgren reports on how companies are offering this non-traditional service that is slightly less expensive than a casket funeral while saving one metric ton of carbon from entering the atmosphere.