Green living doesn’t require extreme deprivation, but it does require giving up wasteful habits. How many of these sustainable living tips do you know?
Confusion over food date labels causes people to throw out good food. Here’s what you need to know about food packaging to reduce your food waste.
It doesn’t take big i sacrifices to help the environment. Small changes to eco-friendly habits make a big difference in your environmental impact.
Don’t be frightened by hazardous household wastes, but know what they are and how to dispose of them safely. And consider alternatives.
Plastic doesn’t degrade or decompose. It will outlive us in the environment. Here are some plastic pollution facts and suggestions for what to do.
Composting can be a great alternative to the landfill. You just have to know what you can compost at home. It might be more or less than you think.
Americans throw out mountains of trash, and it gets worse every year. Here are more than two dozen waste reduction methods to manage trash in your home.
Plastic waste is everywhere, even at the bottom of the ocean. It harms people, too. The way to reduce it is to use less plastic in the first place.
We need to practice sustainable production and consumption to solve our waste problems. That entails recovering from society’s addiction to waste.
Americans use more paper than anyone else in the world. Here are simple tips to use less paper, green the environment, and leave more green in your pockets.
Refuse, reduce, reuse, recycle, rot. 5 Rs of sustainability. Waste reduction matters more than recycling. Here are tips to reduce waste at home.