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
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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.
Zero waste and sustainability are big ideas. Sometimes that means they get boiled down to oversimplifications, but zero waste is more than a plastic bag!
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.
Here are some answers to the question: “what does your religion say about the environment?”. May it help you find some common ground.
So what is bulk shopping? Let’s talk about it… because bulk bins aren’t actually zero waste – and that’s OK. We need to think beyond the Mason jar.