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
Photo Source: Supermarket News More than ever, consumers are attuned to the impacts of what happens after they’re finished with the food that they buy, specifically the packaging. Because, well, that’s of course all that’s left after we eat what’s inside. According to Packaging Digest, 68% of consumers are now considering criteria pertaining to sustainability
First and foremost – I hope everyone is doing okay during this tough, unfathomable time for our country. We are hurting, listening, thinking and reflecting on the future we can all work to build together in unity. Although it hasn’t necessarily felt like it during quarantine, it’s summertime! While there used to be more exciting
Hi everyone! Happy MDW. Recently I’ve been reflecting on all of the amazing and inspirational content creators that I’ve met through my instagram handle. I’m so grateful. Instagram can be detrimental and so addicting but I think there’s been a lot of good that’s come from it during quarantine. Some of these new (earth conscious)
ideas on how you can help the fight against climate change today.