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  • How to Go Zero-Waste in Our Modern World

    The term zero-waste means exactly what it sounds like — that nothing is wasted. And it's actually the natural state of the planet. The circle of life in itself is a zero-waste system. Waste is a distinctly human problem. To create things that last beyond their useful lifespan and have no further purpose is a very modern concept. The key to going zero-waste is to understand how the cycle of life works, and learn how to “close the loop” (which is another way of saying zero-waste).

  • Why Is Bamboo Toilet Paper So Expensive?

    Why is bamboo toilet paper so expensive? In short, it has a lot to do with sourcing a more sustainable substance: bamboo. Today, we’re pulling back the curtain and doing a deep dive into why bamboo toilet paper can be a bit more costly — but (we think) ultimately worth it. 

  • How to Go Plastic Free Without Turning Your Life Upside Down

      If you’ve landed on this blog you’re probably aware plastic is… not great.    You’ve seen headlines like:  “By 2050, There Will Be More Plastic...
  • Composting: The Absolute Easiest Way to Drastically Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

      Let’s be honest for a second: being an eco-hero is no easy task.    Our society is not set up for sustainability. So when you choose to use bamb...
  • Bamboo Toilet Paper: Is It Good, Better, or Best?

      Toilet paper is one of those things the average person probably doesn't think much about. I mean, you go to the bathroom, you play a couple roun...
  • It’s Not a New Diet Fad: Why Environmental Experts Are Asking You to Go Meatless

    Plant-based diets aren't just another fad — it’s a stepping stone in the journey of a sustainable lifestyle. Meat and dairy products are a significant contributor to the global carbon footprint, and unfortunately, Americans eat an average of 274 lbs of meat per year!
  • The Lost Art of Repairing and Why We Need to Bring it Back

    While most people are taught about the 3 R’s (Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle), not many consider where repair would fit in there. 90% of the time it’s easier to replace a broken item, but we are here to tell you we need to bring back the lost art of repairing for the good of the environment.
  • All Things Earth Day 2022: Your Guide to Celebrating the Planet

      If you like nature, you’ve probably been hearing a lot about Earth Day this month. But you might be wondering, why all the hype? I mean, what’s ...
  • 22 Sustainable Swaps to Celebrate Earth Day

    Your 2022 Go-Green Guide Earth Day is all about celebrating our incredible planet, looking to the future, and making changes to live in harmony wi...
  • The Future of Retail: How Will the Rise of Online Shopping Impact the Environment?

    Think for a second — how often do you use the internet?  According to a 2021 Global Report, the average person spends nearly 7 hours each and ever...
  • How to Upcycle: The New Kid on the Block with Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

    Sometimes “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” feels a bit worn out. That’s part of the reason we’ve spent the past few weeks revisiting these sustainable sta...
  • “Can I Recycle This?” Your Guide To Recycling Like an Eco-Pro

    Recycling Ins, Outs, Mistakes, and Misconceptions When we talk about recycling, it’s important to remember that it’s the last of the 3 R’s in Redu...