A fully-loaded bulk aisle: a zero waste dream. I’m sure we all have visions of popping by a little nearby co-op and finding everything – from free range quinoa to artisanally-crafted granola – to pour into our pristine reusable bags. As always, though, let’s look at the dream with a little more nuance than the …
We’ll agonize over choosing the best option when, in reality, it’s probably all owned by the same people anyway.
I mean – no. Wait. Compost them to allow the seeds of the revolution to flourish.
The Global Environmental Outlook 6 (GEO 6) is a massive report that seeks to not only assess how different factors of the environment are, but how their change effects humanity. What did it find?
Which brings us to the eternal question in sustainability: can individual behaviors stop climate change, or is it too big of a problem?
Environmental racism is real – and something the zero waste community needs to be talking about.
If you’re in the sustainability sphere at all, you’ve probably heard about the launch of Loop, a “zero-waste delivery service” from TerraCycle featuring Procter & Gamble, Unilever, Nestlé, and other subsidiaries that features some of the biggest brands in food and personal care switching over to reusable packaging. They’ll be launching pilot schemes in Paris …