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?
In an attempt to make conscious choices about where our food comes from, on today’s blog, we want to share our thoughts on Forage, a farm-to-table restaurant located in Los Angeles, California.
The great thing about the approaching spring and summer seasons are the variety of fresh produce popping up in markets around us.