As avid hikers, we always think about the impact we have each time we visit the outdoors. One of the ways we try to limit our impact is by following the “Leave No Trace” principles. Are we doing it right? Can we rethink our impact? Read more about it here.
Have you been feeling less than positive about the future of the environment? We feel it too. If you’re not sure how to feel, read a little on environmental optimism and more.
A documentary about famed oceanographer, Dr. Sylvia Earle, and her lifelong mission to bring public awareness to the current state of the ocean.
Share a few tips on how to pack a zero waste, hassle-free, and TSA-compliant toiletries kit. Read more to see how you can pack for your next trip.
It’s a little late but we’ve made it to our last week of the zero waste transition. Read more of my thoughts here.
We’ve made it to the last week of documenting our zero waste transition. Read more of my thoughts here.
Katherine is an Engineering Technician at a landfill in LA County. For Katherine, sustainability means to do more than “maintaining what we have,” but to do what we can to ensure that all living things can survive and flourish. Read her Zero Hour Story here.
Zero Waste Month: Week 1 was about my expectations and why I wanted to transition to a zero waste lifestyle. Zero Waste Month: Week 2 was about my essentials and the changes I made. For week 3, I’ll be sharing my thoughts on what I’ve enjoyed most and least during this transition. Read more here.
Zero Waste Month: Week 1 was about my expectations. Zero Waste Month: Week 2 was about the changes I’ve made to my lifestyle. Now, week 3, what I’ve enjoyed most and more.
This is week two of our zero waste transition. I’ll be talking about my essentials, changes I’ve made, and my thoughts on what it means to live with zero waste. Read more here.