During the past few decades the conversation of sustainability has evolved and expanded.
Have you ever walked through a grocery store, past the milk and fresh prosciutto, and spotted a bottle of “100% Grated Parmesan Cheese”?
When we turn on water-guzzling appliances such as washing machines and dishwashers, not all of those gallons need to go down the drain and into the sewers.
Even if you care about health and sustainability, it’s hard to maintain that lifestyle when you travel.
These days it feels like Casper is the only mattress in the world.
Fair trade may be a movement to support farmers and laborers in achieving better trade conditions, but it’s also a system of organizations that label products and certify producers.
Trees are the lungs of our planet, as well as an essential source of food.
Ideally none of our garbage would end up in a landfill, incinerator or body of water, but there are some materials that really shouldn’t be there.
In the world of recycling, there are several terms that can be difficult to break down (much like certain types of plastic).