Every day should be a time to be sustainable and less wasteful. Not even February 14, the day of love, should be an exception. Yes, it is almost a cliche that this day is a highly commercialized and devastatingly wasteful holiday. But if you are really determined enough, you can have a Zero Waste Valentine's Day celebration.
The Zero Waste Lifestyle System asked many prominent writers and travel bloggers on their experiences on waste. Some offered efforts of positive waste management but the majority saw horrifying prevalence of garbage in human life. Nevertheless, all provide their tips on living sustainably in a wasteful world.
Sustainable practices at home seems daunting; how much more sustainable practices while on vacation? It seems impossible at first look but when you'll never know unless you try. In fact, you will even find yourself enjoying a zero waste vacation.
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Vegan leather is a hot community in the vegan and sustainable living movement. It is said to be better than genuine leather, that comes from slaughtered animals. But before you go buy that chic wallet or jacket made of vegan leather, you need to know some dark truths about this "eco-friendly leather".
Interested to shop sustainably? Get to know Old Line Oysters - the chic brand that helps the Chesapeake Bay to recover its sea life, especially oysters.