Looking for easy but impactful ways to be more eco-friendly in the new year? Today on the Sustainability Blog we do a little background into why meat's carbon footprint is so much larger than that for grains or vegetables, and share some of our favorite recipes and resources for delicious, easy, healthy, vegetarian (eco-friendly1) meals.
Do you ever feel overwhelmed when you think about what it would take to lead an eco-friendly lifestyle? We are here to offer you a few easy tips to find products for personal care or for the home that either don't have packaging at all, or use closed-loop packaging.
When looking for simple, eco-friendly household swaps, it doesn't get much easier than swapping out your plastic toothbrush for one made of bamboo. We'll discuss the benefits of bamboo versus plastic, as well as provide info on where to find them.
Laundry has a big impact on the environment. The Sustainimals are here with some tips on how to make your laundry more eco-friendly! Easy tips include washing in cold water, line drying clothes, switching to an eco-friendly, plastic-free detergent, and avoiding fabric softeners.
While Halloween is a ton of fun, it is also a huge generator of trash, particularly of the single use plastic variety. Here are some eco-friendly tips for costumes, candy, decorations, and pumpkin-usage to celebrate Halloween much more sustainably.