From supporting compostable packaging or reading about solar powered facilities, as conscious consumers, we must always stay informed on a brand’s practices and materials to avoid Greenwashing. No brand is perfect, but improvement is essential for our health and planet.
Topic: Politics + Advocacy
Roughly 500 million plastic straws get thrown away every single day. They’re not recyclable and are so lightweight, they often blow out of garbage trucks and dumpsters, right into our planet’s ecosystems. FinalStraw is the solution because this problem shouldn’t be a problem.
We’re proud to acknowledge our 2019 philanthropic highlights — and of the work each of the 12 nonprofits we donated to in 2019 accomplished. We also know we’re just getting started – our Giving Program has become as fundamental to Avocado’s mission as mattresses.
The world is running out of farmable lands. As the planet’s population continues to increase, the need to find creative and sustainable ways to produce more food is more urgent than ever. GreenWave is pioneering a solution that could change everything.
Once a place for everyone’s “highlight reel”, social media and blogs have transformed from personal journals to leaders of the #Resistance and now lead the forefront of climate and sustainability activism.
We caught up Dr. Shelley Luce, the President and CEO of Heal the Bay to chat about their impact and how our community can get connected to join their mission. Follow along to learn what you can do to help keep our precious waters clean.
We use about 160,000 bags per second, adding up to about five trillion bags per year. And only about 1% of those bags are actually recycled. What if there was a way to turn thousands of those bags into something that would benefit people in need in your community?
Luminaid makes solar powered cell phone chargers and lanterns that will rock your world, but they’re also providing light for the people who need it most.
We’ve all seen the images. Tragic, heartrending photos of sea birds and fish, whales and turtles affected by plastic pollution. The ocean is polluted by approximately 8 million metric tons of plastic debris every year.
Nobody wants to run into a shark in the ocean, but these marine predators serve a big purpose. What happens when they stop appearing in our neighborhood waters?