The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations celebrates World Food Day with events happening in over 150 countries every year on October 16th, to commemorate it's founding in 1945.Read More
Just when we thought we had explored every possible way to reduce or prevent food waste, we found more. We had the opportunity to interview a former grocery store employee, (who will remain anonymous) who told us about all the ways that shoppers were causing additional food waste.Read More
We've scoured Instagram to find our homeland's top zero waste Instagrammers. If you're new to the zero waste life or just generally want to become more eco-friendly, following these accounts will definitely help you become more knowledgable. Here we go!Read More
In addition to our Top 10 Canadian Instagrammers to follow, we've curated a list of the top 5 most popular, zero waste accounts to follow. They are among the top eco-friendly lifestyle leaders! You don't want to miss out on these great feeds, filled with tips and tricks on how to lead a zero waste lifestyle, and of course, great pictures!Read More
Yes, the terms "climate change" and "global warming" are well used but maybe not well understood. They do mean exactly what they read - the climate is changing and its getting hotter, due to human activities. The Paris Climate Agreement was created to keep global temperatures from rising more than 2 degrees.Read More
These are sneaky plastic items that are often one time use. When you combine tiny items (smaller than your palm) with non-recyclable plastic - you get impossible immortal waste.
Can you name some of these items? Scroll to see 3 common items.Read More