Transitioning to a low impact lifestyle has been challenging, but rewarding. For the month of April we’ll be documenting our progress with weekly updates on our waste and our experiences. Read more here.
A guide to help you navigate and enjoy Earth month in 2018. From events, to activities, to what to buy, and what to do – join us in celebrating the planet we call home.
An environmental documentary about women, for women, and directed by a woman. Read more about women who are leading a movement to heal the environment.
Athena is passionate about raising awareness & bringing environmental justice to lower income communities and communities of color. She shares her story in hopes that people who once didn’t prioritize the environment, will begin to see its importance in our everyday lives. Read her Zero Hour Story here.
Stephanie currently lives in San Francisco as a software engineer. She is a realist who believes in bettering her lifestyle for the planet. Though the future of the Earth can seem dim, she says, “fake it till you make it” because “we simply can’t give up on doing our part”. Read her Zero Hour Story here.
Today, many areas of the dark sky are polluted by artificial lighting. Learn why we need to protect the dark sky for generations to come.
Frances is a graduate student and community organizer who dedicates her time to building the power of the working-class immigrant community and fighting for affordable housing in Los Angeles. She credits her awareness to her family; mainly her parents, grandma, and aunts. Read her Zero Hour Story here.
The film that spoke to every single adventurous bone in our body.
For less than $10 you can turn an old daypack into durable, repurposed gear. It’ll carry your things, while supporting your back, so you can concentrate on enjoying the trail.
Cindy is an environmental consultant who grew up surrounded by the outdoors. Today, she inspires others to live more sustainably through her lifestyle choices, such as growing her own raise-bed garden. Read her Zero Hour Story here.