We care about laundry, so we also care about clothes. Learn about the environmental impact of fashion and laundry.
Breaking up is hard to do, especially when it comes to the bad habits that make our daily lives easier! Often these quick yet shortsighted fixes dump more complex problems on future generations. Here are some simple changes to consider making when traveling, purchasing, and making routine decisions in the home.
The ways to cut back on plastic can seem shrouded in secrecy, what with quick single use fixes readily available everywhere we look! Phasing out plastic from your day-to-day life is easier that you think, and to make it even easier here is a list of 20 swappable items to get the ball rolling!
It’s used to store food, make toys, and package just about everything, but plastic has found its way into quite a few items you may not have expected. It’s a plastic invasion, and knowledge is power so here are 10 things to look out for when fighting the the good fight against plastic waste!
Haven’t heard of Earth Hour? Perhaps you’re already living in the dark! We as humans can find a reason to celebrate just about anything, with days set aside for everything from the seemingly pointless to the just plain weird (Kazoo Day is January 28th in case you were wondering). But when do we find the time to celebrate our connection to the planet and creatures that provide for us?
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"More than ever, our clothes are made of plastic. Just washing them can pollute the oceans." via Vox
The average American family uses a whopping 400 gallons of water per day, 70 percent of which stems from indoor use. Water might be a renewable resource, but fresh water supplies are still scarce enough that streamlining daily H20 waste habits is an essential element of any action plan to create a more sustainable life...