Blog | by Rani Jayakumar | November 17, 2017
Learn how one California group is boosting local resilience and strengthening community ties by sharing stuff, skills, memories, and stories.
Blog | by Seth Yon | April 26, 2015
Greener Grads is offering the tools to change our traditions into less wasteful and more responsible celebrations.
Blog | by Jake Giessman | October 15, 2012
Want to reduce your plastic packaging waste? Consider bringing your own recycled containers when you go to the food store.
Blog | by Marissa Mommaerts | July 29, 2014
A new series of posters is helping illustrate the dangers of excessive consumption.
Blog | by Lisa Mastny | January 17, 2012
Now that you've upgraded, why not make the responsible choice and donate or recycle your old equipment, rather than just dumping it in the trash?
Blog | by Lisa Mastny | October 11, 2017
Halloween is big business. Avoid the hype and direct your energy, $$$, and creativity toward a greener, simpler holiday.
Blog | by Edna Rienzi | March 22, 2017
Easter doesn't have to be yet another commercialized, excessive celebration. You can still participate in all the fun without the waste and stress.
Blog | by Amy Curtis | October 19, 2011
Learn how you can experience a magically spooky Halloween night without all the shopping, sugar, and excess waste.
Blog | by Amy Curtis | January 17, 2012
Despite the environmental repercussions, traveling also makes one appreciate the Earth.
Blog | by Julie Fathy | February 23, 2017
A zero waste lifestyle might seem hard to implement and complicated to follow. But by taking small steps, you can make it a reality.
Blog | by New Dream | March 22, 2017
Challenge yourself to create an Easter basket that will produce no garbage that would be sent to landfill.
Blog | by Wen Lee | October 11, 2011
Patagonia is asking customers to buy less and buy used—something that flies in the face of everything we know about commercial business.