Welcome to the re-cap of the 2021 #ZeroWasteActionMonth Interview Series! As part of #ZeroWasteActionMonth, R20W hosted weekly interviews to inspire us to take action at all the intersections in our
If you’ve ever hosted a large party, you know the dread of having to clean up afterward. Why spend time washing dishes, cutlery, and cups when you can just throw everything away? But remember, there is no “away.”
In this blog, we will look at the waste generated through industrialized agriculture and the produce supply chain. We will consider how our food is grown and transported for modern consumption and how that includes food waste and food loss.
5/27/2021 We know that two things are true: 1. Every choice that we make has an impact on our environment. 2. Food, whether foraged or farmed, has been a necessary
4/22/2021 Image by Hayden Sloan Spring is a perfect time for Climate Action Month and Earth Day. In the northern hemisphere, Earth is in its annual process of renewal
St. Paddy’s Day has historically been a cultural and religious celebration that has exploded into an international celebration full of parades and festivities. Although it’s encouraged for people to wear
One of my favorite 1970s protest songs is “If You Don’t Like The Effect, Don’t Produce The Cause” by Funkadelic. My mental jukebox plays this song pretty often, especially when
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