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.
Summertime can still be the best period to enjoy life, but sustainably. We have consulted bloggers, chefs and bakers, experts, and environmental enthusiasts to share with us zero waste hacks that are proven eco-friendly and wholesome.
In the face of the Coronavirus, we should go zero waste in the sense that we try not to waste everything from resources to thoughts and actions. Understand the Coronavirus for what it is. Keep calm and stay safe.
DIY and upcycling are two activities significant to a sustainable lifestyle. They encapsulate the creativity of every person to reduce whatever they have before throwing anything away. I asked prolific DIYers and upcycling enthusiasts worldwide about how they integrate DIY and upcycling in living with less waste and more eco consciousness. Get inspired to start DIYing with their insights.
Here, we will take a look at the chemicals found in common household cleaners and their possible effects on people and on the environment. We will then discuss safer alternatives to these commercial cleaners as well as ways to find safer ones if they are needed.
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.