While a well-wrapped gift is always a welcome sight during the holidays (and honestly any time of year), this year we’re encouraging our readers to think differently when it comes to their holiday gift wrapping habits. Learn about four of our favorite ways to wrap a gift without wrapping paper.
You buy organic produce, but what about organic cotton? For a lot of people, it might feel over the top. But, as it turns out, your body absorbs a lot that it comes into contact with, so let’s examine the impact of not buying organic.
With the onset of cold and snowy weather, we’re willing to guess that supporting your immune system – and avoiding the latest office bug – is top of mind right now. The good news is, there are plenty of completely natural ways to support better oral health and in turn, your overall health!
Holiday fanatics, we’ve got you covered. You can deck the halls and go all out this holiday season by reusing decorations without creating too much waste. Don’t worry, there’s still glitter.
In the fight against climate change, the cities at the forefront are just that, cities. New York, Paris, London – major metropolises fighting the good fight to better the planet and its inhabitants, using their might as destinations of the world, bold names in bright lights, to sway and influence the public and major corporations.
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.
By now, you’ve likely heard about the incredible amount of waste generated by the fashion industry. What if you could take that “trash” and turn it into something beautiful? The founders of Looptworks had the same thought.
Working from home takes discipline, but for more and more American workers, remote work is quickly becoming a way of life. What makes working from home so great for the earth?
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?
Halloween produces a lot of waste for one night of fun, but it doesn’t have to (and you don’t have to miss out, either). Here are just a few really, really simple ways to make a big difference in your Halloween’s impact this year.