After many years without attending a plastic event, I decided to go to the latest Plastic Recycling Conference last week, in DC. Here I am with my shampoo bar in the bag, wearing comfortable RothysContinue reading “Reflections on the latest Plastic Recycling Conference”
We often talk about actions around the 3 Rs – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – but the real impact of those on plastic production, and consequent pollution, is not as well articulated. How much can weContinue reading “How do Reduce, Reuse & Recycle affect Plastic Production?”
Elizabeth Boulos is an educator dedicated to truth and transparency around ingredients, toxins and products, their impact on human and environmental health, and how they are marketed to consumers. She works with businesses on product sourcingContinue reading “Natu Collective: Tossing Toxins – Key Ingredients That You Need to Ditch!￼”
Halloween is almost here, which means it’s time to get the decorations up, pick a costume, and stock up on candy. Like most holidays, a dramatic increase in waste is expected over Halloween — wasteContinue reading “How to Reduce your Waste during Halloween!”
Vanessa McFarlane is a passionate sustainability advocate helping small organizations and non-profits advocate for environmental policies in Colorado, while helping educate the public on many climate issues. She currently works in the technology industry, but hasContinue reading “Natu Collective: Let’s Rethink Capitalism and the Economy.”
Eco-conscious consumers are so overwhelmed and confused that literally any advertisement with a capital PLASTIC-FREE statement sounds like “yes, that’s what we need!” But is that really plastic free? And anyways, is that the mostContinue reading “Let’s Talk About Silicone!”
Just 4 days after UN declared code red for humanity in its IPCC report, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reported July 2021 as the Earth’s hottest month ever recorded in 142 years. Few days later, a new earthquake struck Haiti,Continue reading “Beyond Consumer: Green Citizen Responsibilities”
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