Every year, tons of food — perfectly edible food — literally gets thrown away. Food waste is a MASSIVE problem, but solving it may be more within our reach than we realize. France is the first country in the world to require grocery stores to donate unused food.
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.
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?
Green home design is BLOWING UP, with more options than you can shake a fair trade cup of coffee at. The next time you remodel, don’t just go to the home improvement store — check out some of the most earth-friendly ways to freshen up your home design.
We all know that disposable coffee cups are super, super unsustainable. In fact, Sixteen billion coffee cups are thrown away each year, and I’m not saying that to be a buzz kill. Meet Stojo.
Does back to school shopping HAVE to result in tons of waste and petroleum-based products? Its turns out, no — check out these awesome eco-friendly school supplies, and stock up for your kids this school year.
When I had kids, my zero waste aspirations totally got rocked. But, with a little planning (and a lot of moxie), you can stay on track to reduce your waste footprint in the world’s oceans and landfills — even while raising tiny humans.