If you start every morning with a cup of coffee, a quick tabulation can show you that the waste is piling up. There is a simple way out: invest in a reusable cup, which not only cuts down on waste, but keeps your beverage hot for a much longer time. Continue Reading
An amazing woman is making a huge effort to shift the way we view waste. Over the short period of time (just in 2 years), Lauren Singer has been able to reduce her output of trash to be able to fill just a single 160z mason jar. Continue Reading
Planting a tree can do a lot of good. Let’s see:
It’s good for the air (leaves consume CO2 and produce oxygen) and it’s good for the land (and the whole ecosystem). Trees can shade your house and save on cooling (if planted on the west side of your home). Continue Reading
The first tip is quite simple: go vegetarian once a week. One meatless day a week helps the planet ..and your diet.
But let’s talk about the planet first. You can easily save water and lots of trees by reducing the amount of meat on a daily basis. Just think about it: it requires 2,500 gallons of water to produce one pound of beef. Continue Reading