Is traveling eco-friendly? Unfortunately, most of the time traveling is far from eco-friendly. There’s unsustainable tourism, tons and tons of “travel-sized” packaged items, lots of trash, and of course the big one: emissions. Yet, perhaps you already have a trip planned, your friends or family live far away, you travel for work, or perhaps you simply want to see the world. On today’s blog post we will show you 3 key steps you need to take to keep traveling like a pro but without all the waste!
So much food is wasted that in the U.S. alone nearly 40% of the food produced and sold is wasted! Around here though, we are obviously not a big fan of waste. But how can you avoid wasting food? Here are 6 simple strategies individuals and families can adopt to help reduce food waste.
Grocery shopping is a weekly activity that nearly everyone around the globe participates in, and due to the current structure of our linear economy, food is often sold to consumers in single-use plastics that will end up in the landfill or worse, in our oceans. There's good news, though. There are simple steps that you can adopt for a less wasteful shopping experience.
How ecofriendly is your hairbrush or comb? As you transition to the low waste lifestyle and weave plastic out of your life, questions like this are more than likely to come up. In this blog post, we will dive into the sustainable alternative and 5 reasons why you should adopt it.
Many of us are jumping on the low waste bandwagon to do our part and give the planet a lil' hug. Well, with these 5 waste-free changes that don't cost you any money you will be giving yourself a hug, too.