Sustainability Roundup June 2021


Here's what we're reading this month:

What Comes After This Plastic-Filled Pandemic? via Yes Magazine

"A new generation of medical professionals is tasked with undoing decades of hospitals’ easy reliance on single-use plastic."


New Zealand to ban most single-use plastics by 2025 via The Guardian

"New Zealanders will be farewelling their plastics – bags, ear buds, spoons and straws – as the government attempts to match the country’s reality to its “clean green” reputation."


Is it up to consumers, businesses, or politicians to tackle toxics? All of the above. via Environmental Health News 

"Consumers have more power than we realize. We vote with our dollars."


This Wonder Tree is a Game-Changer for Rainforest Agriculture in Honduras And Deforested Sites Worldwide via Good News Network

"There’s a ‘wonder tree’ in Honduras that’s acting as a game-changer—creating organic farming livelihoods, climate resistance, and hope to farmers in the Central American nation and elsewhere."


What were your top reads this month? Drop a link in the comments!

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