Everything you need to know about sustainable living.

The time is now to embark on your sustainability journey. Simplify the process with a centralized location full of deeply researched tips, resources, and the inspiration you need to decrease your carbon footprint.

Sustainability is much more than just recycling.

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Food Waste

Food waste is the largest category of disposed materials, comprising 24% of landfill material. It’s hardly a surprise considering approximately 30-40% of the food supply ends up as trash, hence is a lead generator of a landfill’s greenhouse gas emissions.

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At least 91% of plastics are not recycled, and the plastic problem is expected to worsen as the rate of production continues to grow—it is projected to triple by 2050. Microplastics are already in every place on earth, including our bodies.

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Paper constitutes 12% of landfill waste, despite being the most recycled material in the country. Americans comprise only 4% of the world’s population but consume 20% of the world’s paper products, and its production is wreaking havoc on ecosystems.

If you know of resources that were missed, places that accept items for donation or recycling, people that collect certain items, or any other ideas that you think would benefit others in their sustainable living journey, please share!

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