After several years of practice, wins, fails, and a lot of education, I found the way I wish I’d learned about zero waste: through 12 interconnected zones of life.
Zero waste self care: because the idea of self care – like most things – has been commodified by capitalism to the point of being essentially useless.
How well do you know your zero waste facts? Zero waste is so much more than a plastic bag. It’s sure as hell not zero, that’s for sure. Because for as many “big” zero wasters that show you a Mason jar of trash that they’ve had for five years, there’s a huge amount of trash behind the scenes. The bulk places we shop fill up bulk from packages (often plastic) and
The ultimate list of zero waste books: because sometimes reading a blog post about zero waste and sustainability just isn’t enough.
“Post-Petroleum Stress Disorder”: mental health and climate change are inextricably linked – here’s what that looks like and what can help.
Break up with paper towels: a zero waste lifestyle is more than a plastic bag – and it’s not compatible with single-use paper items.