The impact of climate change is more evident than ever before. In addition to reducing waste at home, here are some tips for minimizing waste at work.
One can make a better decision to listen to the many reminders out there on sustainable living and be serious about making it their chosen way of life.
We produce 2.01 billion tonnes of solid waste per year across the world. And out of the billions of waste produced, only a few percent gets recycled.
Plastic Free July might be easy for the veterans who taken on this challenge every year; but with the pandemic, everyone is back at square one.
Never mind its reputation for waste: It’s possible to have a zero waste Christmas, enjoy every minute of it, and not come across as a Grinch.
Keeping plastic and toxic non-biodegradable waste out of the home is a lot easier than you think. A zero-waste bathroom should be the norm if you are passionate about green living.
Zero Waste Living and the 5 R’s: Refuse and Reduce to bring less in; Reuse to maintain balance; Recycle when you can; Rot your kitchen scraps into compost.
The “Zero Waste Homes” concept: what it means, the hierarchy of zero waste, why we should aim for zero waste, and ways that we can strive for a zero waste home.
Not so very long ago, zero waste living was something few people had heard about. Today, it’s top of the list for many eco-conscious people.
The best way we can address the issue of plastic waste is to add our voices to the clamor pushing for systemic change. But what can we also do at home?