More than 175 million people in the U.S. celebrate Halloween and about 68% dress up in costumes. However, this festive holiday results in a lot of waste that usually ends up in a landfill. Most costumes are single-use and contain harmful materials that increase Halloween’s carbon footprint. Learn how to create a sustainable Halloween costume.
We each play a part in protecting the water we rely on.
Our world is flooded with plastic – and much of it is single-use. Learn how you can say no to unwanted plastics and use eco-friendly alternatives.
With the popularity of online shopping on the rise, there are steps that can be taken to ensure your shopping experience is as eco-friendly as it can be.
Creating a zero-waste routine allows for reducing waste and chemicals that are harmful to the environment.
Celebrate Florida Wildflower Day and learn about wildflowers, the pollinators that need them, and how to make your yard friendly for native plants.
Opting for more sustainable practices when looking for school supplies can help reduce waste that ends up in landfills and prevent excess resource use.
Learn how to identify credible ecolabels and avoid products claiming to be “all natural” or “eco-friendly” without third-party certification.
Too much light pollution can lead to injury and death for thousands of migrating birds, sea turtles, and other species.
The transportation sector is among the largest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions in the Unites States. So, how do we travel with the planet in mind?