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Eco-Anxiety - Part 3 of 5

If you’re feeling overwhelmed or disheartened by our climate problem, this isn’t unusual. Many people feel a deep worry about human caused environmental degradation and climate change. A recent worldwide […]
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Women, Can We Talk?

Tampons without plastic applicators. Menstrual cups. Products free from dioxins. Special absorbent underwear like Thinx. There are alternative options for monthly period care that can relieve the acres/hectares of waste […]
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Milan's Zero Waste

Milan, Italy is the first major city to enforce a citywide food waste policy. It recovers about 350 kilograms of food per day—equivalent to 260,000 meals. Produce is collected from […]
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Free Money In The Back Of Your Fridge

A refrigerator with dirty coils can cost up to 35% more to run, will break down early (costing you more money in replacement costs), and has a larger negative impact […]
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Shout-Out To Ecosia

Expanding our forests is one of the most effective actions we can take to reduce climate change. A vibrant forest has the capacity to sequester carbon, cool our surroundings, enable […]
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Your Lawn Sends A Message

That’s the origin of the front lawn–to let your neighbors know that you can afford not to graze sheep but have the time and money to tend to a patch […]
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It's complicated but not impossible

Earlier this week, we shared a link to Allan Savory’s TED talk on desertification. In the years since that video went live, a wide range of sources have pointed out […]
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Eco-Anxiety - Part 2 of 5

If you’re feeling overwhelmed or disheartened by our climate problem, this isn’t unusual. Many people feel a deep worry about human caused environmental degradation and climate change. A recent worldwide […]
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Stopping The Spread Of Deserts

About two-thirds of the world is desertifying. But this process can be halted or even reversed. Biologists and ecologists like Allan Savory are putting ideas into practice. Fossil fuels burning […]
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Let us know how it’s going

Take a look at our favorite celebration from last week submitted by Mary Elizabeth, a Carbon Almanac Network Member. Being part of this online community is helping me feel accountable […]
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