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Fridays for Future

Changes can be hard. If it weren't hard, we would all be bringing our own bags and utensils and cups by now (imagine that). But with a little motivation and inspiration, all things are made easier. Once we find something and make a connection to our actions, we find meaning and reason to make the change. So maybe we're out here making changes for the ocean that we spend our time in, or the mountains that we trek through, or our children and younger generation who we love deeply. When things feel hard, always remember why you're doing it, or who you're...

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Transformation Thursday

We're all on our own journeys, all at our own pace, all capable of different kinds of changes in our lifestyles. But no positive change should go unnoticed.  Whether it's personally, or environmentally, we've all come a long way throughout our journeys. Every plastic toothbrush that has been swapped for bamboo, every toxic relationship we've grown out of, every new things we've learned for the better, every piece of trash we've picked up. Acknowledge your transformation and show yourself gratitude and love for how far you've come. 

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Zero Waste Wednesday

Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.  The Zero Waste movement is all about making changes to simplify your lifestyle and getting creative to keep things from going to waste. About 160 million tons of trash is thrown away each year in the United States alone, but how much of our trash is actually trash? Instead, we may be able to Reuse or Repurpose most of the things that we send to landfill.  Before throwing something away, consider these things: 1. Think about how you could have avoided this trash. Was there another option for you to...

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Trashy Tuesday

It's almost impossible to enjoy a beach day or simply go for a walk outside without seeing the impact of plastic and waste pollution. With the average American producing 4.5 pounds of trash per day, its no wonder our streets and oceans have become filled with plastic bags, straws, utensils, food packaging, and other disposable trash.  An estimated 14 billion pounds of trash - most of it plastic - is dumped in the world's ocean every year. Some debris ends up on our beachs, washed up in waves or tides, some sink, some are eaten by marine animals that mistake it for...

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The Importance of Meatless Monday

Does not eating meat for one day even make a difference? Yes it does! If every American participated in Meatless Monday, or one day of the week without meat, it would have the same impact on greenhouse gas emissions as taking 240 million cars off the road each year. Dang, that’s a lot of cars. Raising livestock for our current level of human consumption requires an extensive amount of energy and resources. Animal agriculture is responsible for 18 percent of greenhouse gas emissions, which is more than the combined exhaust of 13 percent from the entire transportation sector. When we...

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