There are many actions we can take within our current system that will drastically cut down on our waste, reduce our carbon footprint, and help us be better stewards of the planet.
“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.
There’s a reason our gold-standard, favorite ethical brands are pricey. It’s because someone is paying the true cost a product, and if it’s not you, it’s probably a marginalized worker or Mother Earth herself.
Zero waste is more than a plastic bag/ Zero waste and sustainability are big, complex ideas. Sometimes that means – as they get shared around the internet – they get boiled down to oversimplifications and we end up losing those important nuances.
Prefer to watch this in video form? No problem – you can check it out as a sample of The Essential Zero Waste Blueprint! For the average person in the US, each year we recycle 710.6 pounds of stuff and throw away 1,361.4 pounds of trash. (This is from an EPA estimate over 5 years …
Here are some answers to the question: “what does your religion say about the environment?”. May it help you find some common ground.