Is it possible to go Zero Waste with kids? Certainly! It’s important to define “Zero Waste” the right way, though, because I’d argue that no one on this planet is truly Zero Waste. Rather, I see Zero Waste as a movement and a lifestyle, and one that can absolutely be adopted by families and kids.
I’m excited about this post, and I hope you like it! I’ve compiled 20 ways to take your environmentally friendly lifestyle to the next level. So, if you’ve been making Zero Waste swaps and want to do a bit more, this post is for you! If you’re already doing lots in your community, you may wish to share this post with your friends.Continue reading “20 ways to take the next step”
Let’s take a minute to talk about some of the waste that we DON’T see. Because as much as we love glass jars and bulk shopping (hey, I love it too!), there’s way more going on behind the scenes than we may realize. Like corporate waste, for example.Continue reading “What happens to your returned products?”
Introducing: 60 simple ways to go Zero Waste in 2020! Huge disclaimer: I’m very, very far from perfect. Some of these resolutions I have yet to figure out. And of course the huge elephant in the (plastic-free) room is that we need a heck of a lot more than individual swaps to get ourselves out of this environmental mess we’re in.
Today is World Food Day. I can’t think of many issues more important than food. Food is political, powerful, and even more of a concern in a warming planet. Here are some of the many action items when it comes to food issues, as well as fantastic people to learn more from.