compostable and biodegradable…plastics? As a consumer, you may have eaten take out with single-use cutlery that looked and felt like plastic, yet stated it was “biodegradable” or “compostable.” If I could guess, it probably had a cute, little leaf next to it. The feedstocks of such “bio-based” plastics are renewable and can be grown again
Bayer has announced that they are pulling glyphosate (Roundup) from store shelves by 2023. Glyphosate is the most commonly used herbicide in the world. It’s used to kill invasive weeds. why are they taking it off of shelves? In order to avoid lawsuits related to the chemical’s potential to cause cancer. The World Health Organization classified it as “probably carcinogenic to humans” back in 2015.
it’s getting hot in here In 2018, “The First Undeniable Climate Change Deaths” were reported in Japan. Scientists concluded in 2019 that the 1,000 heat-related deaths would not have happened without global warming. A new study calculates the mortality cost of carbon (MCC). This relays the future number of excess deaths associated with temperature rise. let’s cut to the chase The peer-reviewed
Photo Source: Colville Weather This article was co-written by myself and NYFW stylist, Lana Blanc. The word “essential” has been the keyword of our quarantine these last couple of months. We feel so grateful for our essential workers who have literally kept our country fed, alive and running. We’ve also been intimately reflecting on who
Image Source: Earthlysmart Pictures of clothing piled up in landfills have been circulating frequently these past couple of years. The equivalent to a full garbage truck of clothes ends up on landfill sites every single second of the year. This isn’t shocking considering that 85% of all textiles that are thrown away are either dumped