green living

Harsh cleaning supplies can pollute the environment — which can be a problem for people and wildlife alike. Studies show that one common ingredient in cleaners, alkylphenol ethoxylates, cause reproductive issues in wildlife exposed to polluted waters.1 Homemade cleaning products can contain less harmful chemicals, and they’re a zero waste alternative because they don’t require plastic packaging like items from the […]

Are you a pet owner? While you’re working toward a greener future, look for ways to make your pet supplies more eco-friendly. From single-use plastic pet toys to carbon-intensive pet food, our furry friends can have a negative impact on the environment. In fact, in the U.S., pet food is responsible for a quarter of environmental impacts of meat production.1 If you […]

Now that spring is here, it’s a great time to garden — but there are some things you should keep in mind to make your garden pollinator-friendly.  Pesticides are a major cause of bee die-offs and contribute to the decline of other pollinators, like monarch butterflies. While we advocate for a ban on the worst pesticides, you can also help by […]

When you clean out your closet, how many items go in the trash? The average American throws out 70 pounds of clothing each year.1 Unsustainable fashion is causing waste to pile up and contributing to climate change. But we can reduce our overconsumption of clothing and repurpose our clothes to create less waste. Here are our team’s five tips for reducing your closet’s […]