Going zero waste at home can feel difficult. So much of our zero waste efforts are wrapped up in being out in the world, actively fighting unsustainable systems. Still, sometimes we need to stay at home. Don’t worry – I’ve got plenty of ideas and practical actions you can take to reduce your waste and […]
One interesting bit of napkin math estimates 41 pounds of junk mail – the average amount of junk mail someone living in the US receives per year – has the same carbon footprint as 6 gallons of gasoline. So how to stop all of this junk mail?!
Let’s talk about how to respond to a climate change denier. Because let’s face it: freezing and stumbling around your answer isn’t working!
A Little Free Pantry is “a grassroots, crowdsourced solution to immediate and local need. Whether a need for food or a need to give, Little Free Pantry facilitates feeding neighbors, nourishing neighborhoods.” Here’s how to start one.
Calculate your water footprint and explore the ways in which you can waste less of our most precious resource. Do this today is a series of posts that encourage you to get out of the “awareness” phase and into the “active” phase of your environmentally-friendly life. Because knowing about problems is very different from actively […]