Organizing a neighborhood cleanup is an excellent way to improve your local environs. From picking up trash to planting or maintaining community gardens, beautifying public spaces, and shoreline cleanups, so much can be done. Whatever you choose to take on will surely be well worth the effort.
Of the nearly eight million tons of plastic waste, plastic straws make up about 4% of that total . They are also among the top 10 contributors to ocean marine debris. Plastic straws are not recyclable, partly because of their size but also because most are tossed into the trash and end up in a landfill.
If you could live in a sustainable city, what would that look like? Where would it be? What about that city makes it sustainable? Most of us wouldn’t think of a city as being ecologically friendly. Cities have more people, placing more demand on natural resources, producing more waste and insanely high carbon emissions.
Are you looking for ways to live life more sustainably? We’ve got 10 Tips to Make Life at Home More Sustainable.
We’re all looking for ways to decrease our carbon impact, and rethinking your shopping habits is a great place to start. Here are a few tips to get you started!
As a restaurant owner or manager, it is critical to stay on top of the latest trends in sustainability. Incorporating sustainable practices into your business operations benefits the environment and gives you an edge over competitors who aren’t implementing sustainable practices.