In a quest to help consumers buy ethical sneakers - sneakers made using fair trade practices and ethical, ecological standards - here is a compilation of our favorite ethical sneakers brands. These sneakers not only reduce our carbon footprint on the planet but also help lighten our conscience.
What is carbon offsetting? How can you go about it as an individual, household or group? What are the benefits, shortcomings and challenges? This simple guide explores those and more questions to help you become more aware about environmental preservation.
Closet and dresser cleanouts can be a cathartic experience. Getting rid of clothes that no longer fit or are no longer your style is a great way to whittle down your wardrobe to include only the pieces you love and really wear. Taking tops and pants to a donation site or clothing drive is a fairly common practice, but women are often left with the question: what do I do with old bras? Luckily, there are many ways to reuse, recycle or donate bras instead of tossing them in the garbage. We share a few of those tips below:
Being environmentally friendly can be hard work, but once you kick some of those bad habits and get some new ones, it’s usually pretty smooth sailing. But, there are still a few lingering habits some of us haven’t even thought about yet! Let’s take a look at some of the un-environmentally habits that you probably are still doing, and how to stop doing them!
Did you know that nearly 1 billion plastic toothbrushes are thrown away annually? Unfortunately, most personal care items end up in landfills, which release harmful toxins and can cause both health and environmental risks. Here are several Eco-friendly, sustainable products you can easily swap to create a zero waste bathroom.