Safely recycle batteries | Tuesday Tip

You can reduce your need for disposing of single-use batteries by purchasing rechargeable batteries instead, but if not call your local solid waste district to find a collection program or upcoming event.

create sustainability

How to Create Sustainability in Your Urban Community

Many individuals view cities as high pollution regions. Though few individuals own cars in saturated urban areas, like New York City, emissions exceed rural areas. Fortunately, adopting a sustainable lifestyle can prevent and filter pollution, limiting environmental degradation. Individual alterations may make a small impact, and when a community works together, they can achieve significant […]

Mother and son washing hands

10 Ways to Curb Your Water Waste

It’s a fact only 2% of the Earth’s water reserve is freshwater. This makes water one of the most precious resources we have and makes it clear why it’s so important to curb your water waste. There’s hardly any other natural resource as abused and wasted as water. Adding insult to injury, climate change is […]

eco-conscious farmers market

6 Ways Everyone Can Be More Eco-Conscious in 2021

With the start of a new year comes the chance to make resolutions to do better, for ourselves and for the planet. If you’re thinking of making some eco-friendly swaps in 2021, here are six ways you can lead a more eco-conscious lifestyle for the future.  1. Shop Second-Hand Fast fashion is a big problem, […]

Don’t Trash Your Old Media | Tuesday Tip

It’s tempting to clean house and toss those outdated discs in the garbage, but try to donate or reuse, or research some of the local Recycling Centers that will help break down these resources.

biofriendly note fresh start

Starting Your New Year Off on a Biofriendly Note

At the start of every year, people all across the globe like to take a little time to figure out their New Year’s resolutions. While some may question whether this is worth the time and effort, I think taking a look at things you want to improve in your life or figuring out how you […]

financially sustainable

Making Sustainable Choices While Being Financially Responsible

The word green is used to represent money. It’s also used to refer to sustainable or environmentally-friendly behavior. However, getting the two concepts to sync up can be a bit more difficult than it sounds. If you have a desire to live responsibly in both a fiscal and Earth-conscious manner, here are a few suggestions […]

labeling moving boxes

5 Creative and Effective Ways to Make the Moving Process More Sustainable

Making environmentally-conscious decisions should be a part of your everyday life no matter if you’re at home, commuting to work, doing chores or, in this case, if you’re organizing a move. Yes, moving house can be very stressful and the last thing you’re thinking about is whether or not you bought recyclable boxes or if […]

home office

7 Tips to Create a Green and Sustainable Home Office

By working from home, and not commuting on a daily basis, you are already helping lessen the environmental footprint your company is making. However, we can all do more to help the planet. While some people believe having an eco-friendly home office requires a huge budget, it is simply not true. Keep on reading for […]

Zero Waste sign on brick wall

Using Eco-Friendly Methods for Corporate Responsibility in Your Business

Corporate responsibility, environmental stewardship, and social responsibility have become overused catchphrases. Most companies want to contribute to the greater good and recognize there is a whole market of socially and environmentally-conscious customers.  But how many companies actually understand the concept and carry it out as part of their mission statement? If you’ve heard these catchphrases, […]