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Fill these with your favorite drinks!
You probably already have a reusable straw to help cut down your plastic usage, but if you want to step up your zero waste game even more, make a reusable tumbler your next purchase. With one in tow, you'll no longer need
She also debunked some myths.
When you think of the words "zero waste," what comes to mind? Most people write it off as a concept that's too hard—almost impossible—to live by, but that's probably because you're picturing an extreme or unattainable version of what it means to
Yesterday, beverage giant Starbucks made a huge announcement: They will be removing plastic straws from their stores globally by the year 2020. According to them, the initiative will save them from using a billion straws per year.In effect, drinks will soon be
Start your zero-waste lifestyle in the shower!
If you're on a journey to living a zero-waste lifestyle, making a few tweaks to your beauty routine should be a top priority. For one, opting for a solid shampoo can significantly reduce the use of plastic in your routine because you
There are cool people who want to save the world. Let's join them.
In the not-so-distant past, there was a cartoon called Captain Planet (Google it, kids) that was about a superhero called upon by a bunch of teenagers wearing magic rings. Hokey, concept? Absolutely. But it was a progressive show even for its time.It
The never-ending battle with plastic ensues.
Who says beauty needs to be harmful to the environment?
Your beauty addiction doesn't have to be bad for the environment. When it comes to shopping for your makeup and skincare essentials, know that there are tons of eco-friendly alternatives. And to help you start your zero waste beauty journey, we rounded
This travel photographer shows us how to help the environment and still look stylish while doing so.
Quite a bitter pill to swallow, but the fast fashion industry, next to agriculture and oil, is the second largest pollutant of water and other natural resources. According to an article published by Independent, in order for fast fashion brands to keep up