Living in Seattle has greatly shaped Vicki’s views on sustainability and the environment. She was formerly involved with many environmental non-profits in the Seattle area and continues to learn and thrive within her community’s influence. Read her Zero Hour Story here.
Phillip is a lifelong scholar, student of life, and hopeful futurist who believes in the future of Los Angeles and wants to be involved in making the city a greener space. Read his Zero Hour Story here.
For Annie, living a more sustainable lifestyle means practicing “less is more”. She actively looks for ways to reduce her impact by educating herself and applying what she values to her purchases, travels, and daily decisions. Read her Zero Hour Story here.
Stephanie is an everyday girl whose volunteer trip to Brazil motivated her to make positive changes to her lifestyle. Read her Zero Hour Story here.
Emily is a second year PhD student at the University of Michigan on a mission to make change in America with science-based policies. Read her Zero Hour Story here.
A Research & Development (R&D) Engineer for a lithium-ion battery company working to help to shift our needs away from fossil fuel dependence. Read his Zero Hour Story here.
Joanne is a sustainability advocate with a degree in Fashion Design and Environmental Science on a journey of changing her consumption and consumerism habits. Read her Zero Hour Story here.
Tamara is a geologist and outdoor enthusiast sharing her thoughts on living more mindfully and sustainably. Read her Zero Hour Story here.
Stories for those who feel a responsibility to the planet and want to do something about it, but aren’t sure how to get started.
According to the 2017 Outdoor Participation Report, people of color (POC) make up 27% of outdoor participants (the other 73% is white)*. Why is that?