This was our 5th year working with the team over at SnowGlobe and each year we are given more support from the producers to make our sustainability dreams a reality.
This past year when we were prepping for Dorian, I made a note to figure out zero waste swaps so you can prepare without making waste AND hopefully avoid the apocalyptic grocery store.
Our Founder and CEO, Marina McCoy, wrote down some common questions that she gets asked when building sustainable programs for events.
As I have done personal research on books relating to environmental racism I noticed that I had trouble finding books about the environment and race that were written by people of color. Which is ironic to me.
Check out these 10 Instagram pages run by BIPOC (Black Indigenous People of Color) Environmentalists and be sure to give them a follow.
This past month, the team at Waste Free Earth has been diving into ways we can amplify the voices of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and create lasting systemic change.
Think of composting as simply completing the natural cycle of our food through decomposition. It means recycling your kitchen waste and lawn trimmings and turning them into a valuable resource for personal use.
Practicing a zero waste or minimally wasteful lifestyle can be frustrating in this outwardly single-use world.
This blog goes over a few ways you can repurpose your food scraps. These tips and tricks are useful in your everyday life and especially around the holidays.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected our lives in numerous ways, this includes how people spend their leisure time.